Brighton and Hove Albion Arsenal 1-2

The season of Managerless Arsenal fell to a new low when Brighton beat them at home in the first home match in charge of interim manager Freddie Ljungberg.

After Adam Webster gave the visitors a first-half lead, Alexandre Lacazette celebrated his 100th Arsenal appearance by moving his side-level.

With the score 1-1, Ljungberg and Arsenal were disappointed when David Luiz believed he had scored the winner with a volleyball, but it was correctly ruled out after a VAR offside test.

Neal Maupay header from Aaron Mooy’s cross to Brighton’s winner to leave Arsenal 10th in the table-10 points off a Champions League spot.

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