Arsenal are literally running a promo and opposing teams are having a ball against the Gunners.

Ostersund, Manchester City (twice) and now Brighton have all condemned Arsenal to varying manners of defeats and the calls for Arsene Wenger's sack has gotten thicker than ever.

Goals from Lewis Dunk and Glenn Murray gave Brighton a two-goal advantage and although Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang halved the deficit before halftime, Arsenal were unable to force an equaliser after the break.

It was the fourth loss for the Gunners in five games as their miserable season continued.

With this latest defeat, the Gunners remain eight points adrift of fifth-placed Chelsea, but Brighton have moved into the top half of the standings with their third successive victory in the top flight.

Alex Iwobi was handed 74 minutes playing time in Sunday’s game but he was unable to save the Gunners yet again before making way for Danny Welbeck.