Graham Potter’s Brighton & Hove Albion are made to settle for a draw against Arsenal as they were not able to make the most of the chances that fell their way.
Brighton were on the front foot in the first half. They did not register an attempt on target, but they had eight shots in the opening 45 minutes.
The hosts were unlucky to not be ahead while Arsenal’s best chance fell to Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, who hit the outside of the post with a header.
The Seagulls were also the better side in the second half as chance after chance was missed by the hosts. They finished the game with over 20 attempts.
It finished goalless and this result leaves Brighton fifth in the table, while Arsenal are four places below them in ninth.
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