FT: Brighton 2-4 Arsenal, Gunners Go 7-Points TOP! (VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS)

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Arsenal goes seven points clear on top of the Premier League table after beating Brighton 2-4, MySportDab reports.

The Gunners are clear at the top which gives them the upper hand in the chase to the English Premier League 2022-23.

First Half Report 

The first half of the game started with Arsenal taking an early lead through Bukayo Saka which came in the 2nd minute of the encounter to make it 0-1.

Brighton and Hove Albion started by chasing the game which they didn’t have a good start after going down so early from an error caused by Tariq Lamptey.

The Gunners didn’t just give up after their early lead as they carried on pushing forward with another goal coming from Martin Odegaard who was able to make it 0-2 in the 39th minute.

The game carried on with Arsenal dominating play as they ended the first half taking a 0-2 advantage against Brighton And Hove Albion as they both headed inside for the break.

Second Half Report 

The second half was the same coming from the away side who came in still good despite already with a comfortable lead on their hands as it carried on.

Arsenal increased their lead in the 47th minute of the game which saw Edward Nketiah netting to make it 0-3 as the match continued with a lot more coming from both of them.

Brighton And Hove Albion didn’t give up from their end knowing there was still more for them to make happen as Kaoru Mitoma made it 1-3 in the 65th minute of the match.

Another goal in the 71st minute was enough to make the scoreline 1-4 as Gabriel Martinelli added another one yet again with an outstanding finish from the Brazilian.

Evan Ferguson pulled one back in the 77th minute as Brighton And Hove Albion narrow the scoreline to 2-4 as the game became more interesting.

Kaoru Mitoma scored a late goal but it was ruled out by VAR as the match came to an end with Arsenal claiming all three points from a 2-4 victory.

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