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Arsenal lost 2-1 to Brighton at the Emirates in Freddie Ljungberg’s first home match as interim head coach.
Team News – Match Reports – Player Ratings
Match: Arsenal v Brighton
Venue: Emirates Stadium
Kick-Off (UK Time): 20:15 05/12/2019
Here’s how we rate Freddie Ljungberg and the Arsenal players:
Freddie Ljungberg – 3
Very little has changed in the playing style – despite a few good moments in the match. Some promising changes to the lineup but he should’ve started Nicolas Pepe.
Bernd Leno – 6
It was another solid performance from Bernd Leno. The German international made a string of good stops and dominated in the air. He couldn’t have done much about the Brighton goals.
Hector Bellerin – 4
Hector Bellerin didn’t have the best first half but he improved after the break. The Spaniard linked-up well with Nicolas Pepe down that right flank.
Sokratis Papastathopoulos – 4
It was a little better from Sokratis on his return to the team. He didn’t have the busiest match of his career.
David Luiz – 4
Again, it was a bit of a quiet one for David Luiz. The Brazilian should have done better for both of the Brighton goals but he had some good moments.
Sead Kolasinac – 5
Sead Kolasinac was Arsenal’s best player in the first half and he put in a good shift after the break too. The fullback did most of his work in the opposition half but he was certainly effective at times.
Sub: Kieran Tierney (73′) – 4
Kieran Tierney looked a little suspect defensively at times early on after entering the pitch but he grew into it.
Lucas Torreira – 3
It wasn’t his night. Lucas Torreira struggled in this match both defensively and in possession.
Granit Xhaka – 4
He was one of the better performers in red. Granit Xhaka has visibly improved under Freddie Ljungberg but the mistakes crept into his game as the match went on.
Joe Willock – 3
It just wasn’t his night. Joe Willock is a player completely devoid of confidence right now which is such a shame to see after his good start to the season. He should’ve done better with that headed chance.
Sub: Nicolas Pepe (45′) – 7
He was Arsenal’s best play. Nicolas Pepe made an immediate impact on the match and put the side on his back for a 10-minute period. Unfortunately, his teammates couldn’t back him up.
Mesut Ozil – 3
Mesut Ozil just couldn’t get going. The German only really looked like creating a goal from a set-piece and again, there is a serious problem with Ozil’s place in the team and position on the pitch.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – 3
He was poor. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang couldn’t get going all match long. He looked well off the pace, snatching at his chances.
Alexandre Lacazette – 4.5
Alexandre Lacazette grabbed that all-important goal but it wasn’t his best performance. He cut a frustrated figure for the majority of the match
Sub: Gabriel Martinelli (77′) – N/A
Couldn’t get going.