The visitors were able to stave off a late Arsenal rally to take the three points, winning 2-1 at the end of the game.
The Gunners headed into this game in fifth place, level on points with Tottenham Hotspur in fourth.
While the visitors were seeking to snap a seven-game losing streak.
The game got off to a tense start, with neither side able to create clear-cut chances.
But Brighton took the lead after 28 minutes of play. It’s a fantastic team goal that puts them ahead, as Mwepu finished a great move by rolling the ball back to Trossard in the middle of the box.
The Belgian scored on the first attempt, placing the ball precisely in the top corner to give the visitors a 1-0 lead.
Martinelli thought he had leveled the game just before the halftime when he headed home a corner that Gabriel had nodded back across goal.
However, after a lengthy VAR review, the goal was disallowed because the Brazilian youngster was offside, and his team went into the halftime break down a goal.
On 66th minute, the Seagulls increased their lead when Mwepu switched roles and scored a fantastic first-time strike after Caicedo spotted him on the edge of the box.
Late in the game, the hosts hit the post twice in a matter of seconds before an Odegaard long-range attempt rebounded off Welbeck and over Sanchez and into the net.
Arteta’s men poured forward in search of a late comeback, but a brilliant Sanchez save and a Cucurella clearance off the line were enough to keep the game alive and secure all three points.
The visitors take all three points.
— Arsenal (@Arsenal) April 9, 2022
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