Arsenal’s poor run of form continued on Thursday night as Brighton & Hove Albion claimed a 1-2 win over the North London club in a Premier League match at the Emirates Stadium.
The match is interim manager Freddie Ljungberg’s first home match in charge.
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Alexandre Lacazette marked his 100th Arsenal appearance by heading his side level after Adam Webster had given the visitors a first-half lead.
With the score 1-1, there was frustration for Ljungberg and Arsenal when David Luiz thought he had scored the winner with a volley but it was correctly ruled out following a VAR check for offside.
Neal Maupay headed Brighton’s winner from Aaron Mooy’s cross to leave Arsenal 10th in the table – 10 points off a Champions League spot, BBC reports.
Arsenal have now failed to win any of their last nine games in all competitions – their worst winless run since 1977 – and fans who stayed for the final whistle booed their team off the pitch at the end after a tepid performance.