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Brighton pile the pressure on Wenger as Arsenal lose again

07 March 2018, 07:46 | Kristopher Drake

Brighton pile the pressure on Wenger as Arsenal lose again

Brighton pile the pressure on Wenger as Arsenal lose again

Arsenal's nightmare week went from bad to worse on Sunday afternoon, after an abject display against Brighton & Hove Albion saw the Gunners record their fourth defeat on the trot.

The result is certain to pile more pressure on Gunners manager Arsene Wenger, who was the subject of angry chants from visiting fans demanding his departure.

Instead Arsenal betrayed the defensive frailties that have been a feature of their campaign and allowed Brighton to take control.

Arsenal came into the game having suffered back-to-back 3-0 defeats to Manchester City and their form has been severely disappointing of late.

Petr Cech has taken the unusual step of accepting personal responsibility for Arsenal's defeat to Brighton.

Grob also had a hand in the second goal. Koscielny's wayward pass was sent out wide to Gross, and his curling cross from the right was headed down and beneath the body of Cech by Murray.

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Koscielny nearly levelled the match just before the break, rattling the left-hand post with a firm header, and only a flying Ryan save stopped Mesut Ozil blasting home just before the hour mark.

They face a resurgent AC Milan side in the round-of-16 this week and the Premier League outfit are very much the underdogs.

After a bright start from the visitors, Lewis Dunk volleyed in to give the home side the lead, ensuring Arsenal's run without a Premier League clean sheet stretched to 11 games - their longest such run since February 2002.

Their record on the road continues to be poor as they have now won just three games on their travels in the Premier League this season. But as a manager and a club we have to live with that.

Brighton's next game is against Everton on March 10.



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