Home Arsenal What Gabriel lost against Brighton as Takehiro Tomiyasu triggers Hector Bellerin memories

What Gabriel lost against Brighton as Takehiro Tomiyasu triggers Hector Bellerin memories


The Gunners left Brighton and Hove Albion having gained a point and shakezsports.com has four Gunners talking points for you from the match.

Sideline impact

The associate coaches of Mikel Arteta were seldom seen yet generally heard last season without any fans inside the Amex Stadium.

Any semblance of Cuesta and Molina have recently sought consideration for their vocal styles from the sidelines, and the equivalent could be heard during the game on Saturday.

Carlos Cuesta was sat two lines behind Artesian the hole wearing Airpots and persistently taking care of back data to his countryman all through the game.

There was one second during the main half in which Carlos Cuesta passed a note with strategic directions to individual collaborator Stuivenberg, before the subtleties were immediately transferred to Mikel Arteta.

Tomiyasu’s foul throw

Since his appearance from Bologna on the transfer deadline day for £17.5million, Tomiyasu has sunk into life at the Emirates without sweat.

The Japanese possibly partook in one training when he made his presentation against the Canaries yet his match wellness shows up satisfactory and he’s gotten acclaim from intellectuals and fans the same.

Takehiro Tomiyasu was gotten to turn into the club’s best option directly back with Bellerin conveyed on a loan spell to Real Betis.

Hector Bellerin broadly got consideration inches last a few seasons at Emirates for making more than one foul throws.

Those waiting recollections were raised again at Amex Stadium on Saturday as made two foul throws in the principal half, likely arousing a lot of dissatisfaction for the Gunners fans watching on.

Other than those minor thoughtless activities, Takehiro Tomiyasu put in one more nice shift at right-back and will be content with the manner in which he’s immediately adjusted to the Premier League.


Arsenal defense maestro Magahales has a thing with regards to losing his teeth against Brighton and Hove Albion.

The Brazilian was forced to bear a test last season which saw his tooth get taken out.

He hosted to assemble out a pursuit get toward the finish of the game with Gunners training staff and grounds staff endeavoring to track down the missing tooth.

What’s more, on Saturday a comparable circumstance happened again when Magalhaes ended up in a crash with Brighton Lewis Dunk.

The Gunners battled against Brighton and needed capability forthright, yet Gabriel’s misfortune carry an entirely different significance to toothless as a word.

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