What Freddie Ljungberg said after Arsenal’s 2-1 Defeat to Brighton at Emirates

Arsenal interim manager, Freddie Ljungberg has responded to his side’s 2-1 defeat to Brighton in the Premier League on Thursday night at the Emirates Stadium.

Brighton opened scoring in the first-half through Adam Webster yet Alexandre Lacazette equalised for the Gunners in the 50 minutes of the clash to give his Team mates a fight of taken the lead but.

Neal Maupay then scored a late goal to give the visitors all three points against Arsenal.

What Freddie Ljungberg said after Arsenal’s 2-1 Defeat to Brighton at Emirates

Speaking after the match, Ljungberg was quoted by Football London as saying at his post-match press conference: “They looked scared to get the ball and were standing still.

“We are very passive in the first half and did a tactical change and then became the team we wanted to look like.

“We can’t give away a whole half in the Premier League.

“I was sure we were going to win that game but we got sucker-punched.

“It’s hard to take but we keep plugging away.”

He added: “If we score the first goal it’s totally different because you don’t have to chase.

“We’ve had one training session and we’re going to keep working

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