Roberto De Zerbi’s message on Arsenal’s threatening title caution ahead of Brighton blow

Roberto De Zerbi’s message on Arsenal’s threatening title caution ahead of Brighton blow

A threatening warning has been sent to Arsenal by the manager of Brighton, Roberto De Zerbi, in advance of their Premier League matchup on Sunday afternoon.

On Monday evening, the Seagulls were defeated by Everton led by Sean Dyche by a score of 5-1.

Many people found this outcome shocking given that the Toffees are now attempting to avoid being demoted to the Championship.

But De Zerbi was certain that we will see the ‘real Brighton’ the following Saturday when they take on the Gunners at the Emirates Stadium.

At the conclusion of the match, the Italian commented, “As I do after every game, I had a conversation with the players.”

“It is possible to lose this kind of game. “If you attack, you risk allowing additional goals to be scored against you.

I believe that we will demonstrate our quality, that we will return back to our way, and that you will see the real Brighton on Sunday.”

Arsenal will be doing everything they can to beat the Seagulls and preserve what little chance they have of winning the title.

The team captained by Mikel Arteta is now one point behind the top of the league, Manchester City. Manchester City also has a game in hand to play, which ironically is against Brighton.

In his postgame news conference on Sunday, Arteta reflected on his team’s dominant 2-0 victory over Newcastle United and encouraged his players to keep fighting until the very end of the season.

“It proves that we have done it today, and now we have to prove that we are able to do it against Brighton,” the Spaniard remarked.

“This is going to be an absolutely unique take on the game. Extremely demanding, and we are going to need to perform at the top of our game if we want to continue our winning streak against them.

“We have been doing it for the past ten months, ten and a half months, and at this point we need to continue doing it.

Now that we are there, it does not feel at all the same as it did ten days ago. And at this point, we have to make certain that the momentum is there.”

Roberto De Zerbi’s message on Arsenal’s threatening title caution ahead of Brighton blow