February 1, 2023

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Leaders Arsenal close 2022 with a seven-point lead after four strikes against a runaway Brighton | Premier League 2022/2023

  1. 45 + 2′ – Yellow – Thomas Partey
  2. 45 + 1′ – Yellow – Gabriel
  3. 45′ – Yellow – Billy Gilmour
  4. 39′ – Goal – Martin Odegaard (0-2)
  5. 2′ – Goal – Bukayo Saka (0-1)
  1. 87′ – continued Martin Odegaard from Rob Holding
  2. 81′ – Yellow – Jeremy Sarmiento
  3. 77′ – Goal – Ivan Ferguson (2-4)
  4. 76′ – Solly March continued by Julio Enchizo
  5. 74′ – Thomas Partey continued for Mohamed Elneny
  6. 71′ – Goal – Gabriel Martinelli (1-4)
  7. 65′ – goal – Kaoru Mitoma (1-3)
  8. 61′ – Adam Lallana continues by Jeremy Sarmiento
  9. 60′ – continued Oleksandr Zinchenko by Kieran Tierney
  10. 60′ – Continued by Leandro Trossard by Ivan Ferguson
  11. 60′ – continued Ben White by Takehiro Tomiyasu
  12. 57′ – Yellow – Sully March
  13. 54′ – Yellow – Bukayo Saka
  14. 47′ – Goal – Eddie Nketiah (0-3)

Arsenal capped off 2022 in style. Mikel Arteta’s side beat a runaway Leandro Trossard’s Brighton 2-4 to close out the calendar year with a seven-point lead in the Premier League. See the goals below.

“We hope the World Cup does not break our good flow,” Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta said a month and a half ago. Arsenal then finished the first half of the Premier League season with a 5-point bonus over second-placed Manchester City.

The Spaniard can sleep peacefully after this night. There was no dip in his team’s match against Brighton. After just a minute of play, Golden Boy Bukayo Saka put the score 0-1 on the board.

After that, the London clubs eased up, but again proved deadly on the counter-attack. Just before the break, Odegaard curled a corner kick into the net, after the break Eddie Nketiah put it 3-0 on the board.

Mitoma and Ferguson almost decided to connect in a pressing end, but Martinelli’s lightning pace ensured leaders Arsenal moved within 7 points of runners-up Manchester City.

See goals:

  1. The second half, the 97th minute, the match is over
  2. The attempt was saved by Aaron Ramsdal (Arsenal). The goalkeeper ran flat and managed to catch the ball. Second half, 94th minute.
  3. Evan Ferguson (Brighton & Hove Albion) scores from… the second half, minute 94.
  4. Lewis Dunk (Brighton & Hove Albion) has his head on the ball, but he can’t frame. Second half, 92nd minute.
  5. Corner for Brighton & Hove Albion. Pascal Gross kicked it to the far post. Second half, 92nd minute.
  6. A disappointment at Brighton & Hove Albion, as Kaoru Mituma’s goal was disallowed after the video assistant referee saw the pictures. Second half, 90th minute.
  7. The assistant referee’s flag was raised: Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton & Hove Albion) was offside. Second half, 89th minute.
  8. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) called up by the referee. He went hard on Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton & Hove Albion). Second half, 88th minute.
  9. Second half, 87th minute. Arsenal subbed in, Rob Holding in, Martin Ødegaard out
  10. Pascal Gross takes the corner for Brighton & Hove Albion. The ball drops in the middle in front of the goal. Second half, 86th minute.
  11. Pascal Gross (Brighton & Hove Albion) is called up by the referee. He went hard on Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal). Second half, 82nd minute.
  12. Yellow card for Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton & Hove Albion) during the second half, minute 81
  13. Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton & Hove Albion) tries to cheat the referee Schwalbe, but things go wrong. Second half, 81st minute.
  14. The assistant referee’s flag was raised: Kaoru Mitoma (Brighton & Hove Albion) was offside. Second half, 79th minute.
  15. Eddie Nketiah (Arsenal) called up by the referee. He went hard on Levi Colwell (Brighton & Hove Albion). Second half, 78th minute.
  16. Record Ivan Ferguson (Brighton & Hove Albion). 2 – 4. Second half, minute 77.
  17. Second half goal, 77th minute by Ivan Ferguson of Brighton & Hove Albion. 2, 4.
  18. Second half, minute 76. Substitution at Brighton & Hove Albion, Julio Enchizo inside, Solly March outside
  19. Jeremy Sarmiento (Brighton & Hove Albion) hits the target, but his shot goes wide. Second half, 76th minute.
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