Arsenal beat Brighton 2-0 in EPL

Arsenal beat Brighton 2-0 in EPL

Arsenal beat Brighton 2-0 in EPL

Spaniard Nacho Monreal opened the scoring for Arsenal 16 minutes into the match at Emirates Stadiu, reports Efe.

"Our last worldwide break was a nightmare, this one is a bit better", he added.

The Seagulls manager said he was "disappointed" with the FA's decision to uphold Tomer Hemed's three-match ban, saying "we know the player very well and still feel that there was no intent, which is the reason why we appealed". Nothing is permanent. You're not bad in a permanent way if you can do something about it and you're not good in a permanent way if you don't keep your urgency. We penetrated well and we had a few moments where we got in the box but just couldn't get the final touch at the end.

"I wouldn't like too much to reflect on that", added the 67-year-old, who nearly left the club in the summer.

"At the start of the season I would have probably expected Everton to do better, so you would say there is a big seven maybe. Overall, football changed a lot in this 21 years".

Both Arsenal and Brighton were in a good run of form heading into the game, however Arsene Wenger's side were clear favourites and their superior class and quality showed.

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Brighton boss Chris Hughton was keen to take the positives from his side's 2-0 Premier League defeat at Arsenal on Sunday.

Theo Walcott came on for the Nigerian forward who netted Gunners second goal in the 71st minute.

An impressively choreographed free-kick between Pascal Gross, Dale Stephens and Solly March ended with the latter crashing a long-range drive against goalkeeper Petr Cech's post and Davy Propper curled over from close range just before the interval. Shane Duffy's rebound however could not be directed on target.

The Gunners are coming in on the back of consecutive wins over West Bromwich Albion in the league and a midweek away triumph over BATE Borisov in the UEFA Europa League. "I don't think you're ever satisfied -there were certainly a couple of games where we could have got more - but we're a new team in this division and learning".

"Last year after six games Manchester City were top with 18 points, so let's not go to quick conclusions".

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