Neal Maupay: Arsenal stars attack the Frenchman after 2-1 defeat at Brighton

Neal Maupay: Arsenal stars attack the Frenchman after 2-1 defeat at Brighton

- Neal Maupay got himself into trouble against Arsenal players on Saturday

- The Gunners were angry for his role in the injury goalkeeper Leno sustained

- Matteo Guendouzi was so angry with Neal Maupay after the EPL encounter

Arsenal stars on Saturday evening, June 20, descended heavily on Brighton forward Neal Maupay after the Gunners' 2-1 defeat against Brighton in the tough Premier League battle.

Matteo Guendouzi appeared to be the most furious Arsenal player after the encounter as he grabbed the throat of his fellow countryman in annoyance.

Maupay had earlier been involved in a nasty incident with Gunners goalkeeper Bernd Leno with the German seriously injuring himself.

That injury saw a long stoppage and Leno angrily confronted the Brighton star as he was carried off on a stretcher.

And after Neal Maupay netted the winner for Brighton at the death, Matteo Guendouzi faced him with anger.

This incident forced the players to break the closed doors rules as they gathered to settle the issues which was started by Matteo Guendouzi.

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As it is now, it is not clear the type of punishment these two teams would receive considering what happened in the Premier League tie.

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Neal Maupay: Arsenal stars attack the Frenchman after 2-1 defeat at Brighton

Neal Maupay: Arsenal stars attack the Frenchman after 2-1 defeat at Brighton (photo: Getty)
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Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Arsenal on Saturday, June 20, suffered another embarrassing defeat in the Premier League when Neal Maupay's goal at the death gave Brighton 2-1 win over the Gunners.

Going into the encounter after suffering defeat against Manchester City, Arsenal fans thought that their players would impress against Brighton, but they disappointed again.

Pascal Gross had the first chance to score for the hosts in the 5th minute of play, but Arsenal goalie Leno saved his shot.

Ten minutes later, it was the turn of Arsenal to score when Bellerin sent a long pass to Bukayo Saka who failed to beat goalkeeper Mathew Ryan.

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The first half ended goalless with both sides finding it difficult to find the back of the net.

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