08-Mar-2018 15:00:57 | The Guardian
I understand a big club in a bad way will always be the story rather than a smaller one such as Brighton achieving a remarkable result but Sunday’s win did not happen by chance
You might think when a team such as Brighton & Hove Albion record a historic victory over Arsenal the way we celebrate would include a few drinks and a lot of noise but nothing could be further from the truth. We were jubilant in the dressing room after our 2-1 win against Arsène Wenger’s side on Sunday but, rather than champagne and plaudits, all the lads wanted was a couple of days off. The manager had given us just that after our crucial victory over Swansea last month and so the chant went up in the hope of a repeat.
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