1. Missing artillery midfield balance
In the aftermath of Thomas Partey’s injury. Mikel Arteta’s distrust of Nuno Tavares. The Gunners boss has been reluctant to capture Granit Cha. Ka went to the left-back position. With Albert Zambi Lokonga driving the midfield alongside Martin Erdegard and Emile Smith Rowe
The team conceded 1-0 to Brighton. That even had more players in their own dangerous area without a midfield trap to help the back four.
2. Offensive games, big guns, can’t create chances to be good at it.
With Brighton’s tight defense in defense.
Mikel Arteta’s offensive accelerators were hopeful towards. The end of the game as they continued to ramp up their pursuit of Brighton’s defense. Unfortunately the goal came a little too late (Martin Erdegard, 89th minute). And was unable to keep up with the away equalizer.
3. A substitute that can’t change the game.
The size of the squad and the quality of the subs in Arteta’s squad are clearly a problem. On the bench in their squad today, only Eddie Nketiaj and Nicolas Pepe are senior players in the offensive line. The rest were just a backfield player and a youngster
Pepe created a slight flashy moment. But beat Robert Sanche excellence.
4. Arsenal miss out on a chance to beat Spurs in the top four
Result of Arsenal’s defeat in this game. They remain fifth in the table (30 games, 54 points), equal to Spurs in fourth place. Duel with Aston Villa.
This is a chance for the The Gunners On the way to win. The top four for the UEFA Champions League. Quota Continuing after they just lost 3-0 to Crystal Palace the previous game.