Arsenal’s Premier League winning streak has stalled at three games this weekend as the Gunners stumbled to a 0-0 draw at Brighton.

Both sides remain in the top half ahead of the international break with Brighton surviving a late flurry to clinch a vital point against Arsenal.

Neither team were at their flowing best as the rain bucketed down at the AMEX as Pierre Emerick Aubameyang clipped Bukayo Saka’s cross against the post.

As conditions worsened on the night, both teams struggled to get a grip on it after the restart but it was Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal side who carved out the best chance.

Fans favourite Emile Smith-Rowe was brilliantly denied a winner by Robert Sanchez, before visiting keeper Aaron Ramsdale stuck out a big hand inside the box, as he frustrated Neal Maupay at the other end.

Full Time from the AMEX Stadium it’s Brighton 0-0 Arsenal

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Feargal Brennan

Feargal Brennan

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