Brighton & Hove Albion’s Glenn Murray puts one past Arsenal keeper, Petr Cech.
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After a week in which two 3-0 defeats by Manchester City highlighted the gulf between Arsenal and the Premier League champions-elect, Sunday's loss at Brighton suggested even the Gunners' membership of the "Big Six" is in question.Arsenal are closer to seventh-placed Burnley than they are to fifth-placed Chelsea. Worse than the statistics is the clear sense that Spurs, Liverpool and Manchester United are improving, evolving into quality teams who can compete at the highest level in Europe and with the potential to give City a real challenge next season.Arsenal, in contrast, are drifting, still with more quality than the likes of Burnley and Leicester City, but no longer with the aura of a team that is part of the elite group.Can Arsenal, without a Premier League title in 14 years, still attract the caliber of manager capable of bringing in top talent and transforming the team into one which can compete with Pep Guardiola's City in the near future?
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