Chelsea, Arsenal set to miss out in EPL's top-four race


Moshiri has been a fan of Wenger for a long time and he's understood to be the top choice if his Arsenal tenure finally comes to an end. But we lacked a bit of sharpness and freshness physically, to make the difference.

Due to Arsenal's dismal performance, reports have emerged that there is a possibility that a former Arsenal midfielder, Mikel Arteta might succeed Wenger in summer. We need two teams to collapse and I don't see that happening.

"The light at the end of the dark tunnel they are in at the moment is the Europa League and that could turn around the whole season". Eight points behind Chelsea, the Gunners are now 13 points adrift of Tottenham, who currently occupy the last of the four Champions League spots.

For the Seagulls, who face Manchester United in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup, victory meant they had beaten a top-six side for the first time this season.

"What happens if it goes the wrong way against Milan? With such a number of games to go it's very hard to think it will happen". "That is the glimmer of hope".

The Gunners had endured a awful week having lost 3-0 twice to Manchester City in a matter of days, and that got even worse with Sunday's defeat to Brighton.

It was what they deserved for another terrible display in which the visitors conceded two early goals at the Amex through disastrous defending.

"Listen, I'm a competitor, you don't back down from a challenge".

Arsenal's lacklustre display was summed up by the way Alex Iwobi was easily dispossessed inside his own half by Anthony Knockaert who was denied only by another good save from Cech.

Just when you think Arsene Wenger is on the brink and can not sink any lower, he does. The footballing world as witnessed the Gunners play handsome football in the past and we can not help but commend his efforts of years past when he brought Arsenal back to reckoning after he took over from Bruce Rioch in 1996.

Bellerin was expecting to play after training at right back in the build up to the fixture, but Callum Chambers was instead preferred at right-back and the Spaniard is reportedly furious.

"If we were to lose every game we've got left we go down so we've got to keep at it and keep doing what we've been doing to get to this point".