Arsenal blew it With a 3-0 Home Loss to Brighton

Arsenal’s title hopes were dealt a severe setback with defeat to Brighton on Sunday. Goals scored by Julio Enciso, Deniz Undav and Pervis Estupinan effectively put Arsenal four points adrift with only two matches remaining against City.

Mikel Arteta conceded his side had failed to match Manchester City next term and believes more quality players must join Jorginho and Leandro Trossard to challenge for title glory at Arsenal. While January signings such as these have certainly helped, more is still necessary if Arsenal wish to make title challenges next season.

Goals from Gabriel Jesus and Martin Odegaard

Gabriel Jesus has begun to demonstrate why Arsenal decided to sign him from Manchester City over the summer. His presence has transformed their attacking options while his on-pitch relationships with their forwards have improved significantly since arriving.

At West Ham, a Brazilian scored the opening goal by sprinting unmarked through unmarked to slot in a pass from the right wing. His nearly second strike went wide by mere millimetres while Bukayo Saka also fired an attempt from 14 yards across the face of goal during an eventful first half.

Before halftime, Martin Odegaard added a second goal for Granit Xhaka’s side with an accurate strike into the bottom corner from a square pass from Granit Xhaka. Chelsea threatened an equalizer but Aaron Ramsdale managed to deflect Ben Chilwell’s shot over the bar.

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Goals from Bukayo Saka and Jarrod Bowen

Bukayo Saka has quickly earned the praise of fans as one of Arsenal’s most exciting players this season. Hailing from Hale End, this Hale End graduate has played an essential part in Arsenal’s push towards title glory with 13 goals and 11 assists from 35 Premier League matches this term.

But even the great Ronaldo can slip up. And that was seen against West Ham when he missed an open goal from just two yards out and left his side needing a late equaliser to salvage any chances of victory.

Gabriel Jesus put West Ham ahead with an elegant finish following Martin Odegaard’s pinpoint cross, which went undetected by Thomas Partey and Martin Odegaard’s pinpoint delivery from Martin Odegaard’s cross. Said Benrahma then leveled from the penalty spot following Gabriel Magalhaes’ mistimed sliding tackle that sent Aaron Ramsdale in the wrong direction. It seemed that West Ham were doomed before Jarrod Bowen struck from distance for West Ham with his side-on volley to preserve an unlikely draw for David Moyes’ side and David Moyes’ side.

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Goals from Kaoru Mitoma and Moises Caicedo

Arsenal looked set for a late push at winning the Premier League after their convincing victory at Newcastle United, but a 3-0 home loss against Brighton effectively put paid to those hopes as Manchester City opened up a four-point lead at the top.

Julio Enciso put Brighton ahead in the sixth minute and Deniz Undav doubled it later, before Pervis Estupinan sealed their win with an unanswerable third.

The match was an animated one with Arsenal’s Gabriel Martinelli needing protective boots after Moises Caicedo of Brighton made an unsavoury challenge which sent Gabriel Martinelli flying. Caicedo protested with referee Andy Madley but was not even cautioned.

Losing to City was a significant blow to Arsenal’s title hopes, yet they still have three games left and can catch them – although Arteta knows it will be hard fought battle. Watch highlights of this game on BBC One or BBC iPlayer.

Goals from Ainsley Maitland-Niles

Arsenal were dealt a crushing blow after falling to Brighton 3-0 on Saturday, ending their hopes of finishing in the top four. Brighton managed three goals from Julio Enciso, Deniz Undav and Pervis Estupinan that effectively put an end to any hopes for top-four finishing for Arsenal.

North Londoners often found themselves pressing the self-destruct button at key moments during recent seasons, an issue which could become particularly challenging next season as they compete against City who currently stand four points clear with a game remaining.

Gabriel Jesus made an unfortunate error that ultimately resulted in Brighton scoring when he mishandled Kieran Gibbs’ long pass and allowed Jordan Ayew to slip past his marker and score with ease. It also removed some pressure off Arsenal who had attempted to push for victory late on in the game.

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