3 positives and negatives from Arsenal's resounding 3-0 win over Brighton

• Turning the pressure up

• Bukayo Saka limps off... again

• Passion front and centre

Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal FC - Premier League
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal FC - Premier League / Steve Bardens/GettyImages
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Bukayo Saka, Martin Odegaard
Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal FC - Premier League / Mike Hewitt/GettyImages

Positive #3: An abundance of passion

For a club that, just a couple of years ago, saw their star player fly to Barcelona to force through a transfer, the passion on display from every member of the Arsenal squad is admirable and a joy to behold.

From the team and fans' celebrations for each and every goal to Gabriel celebrating a late block despite being 3-0 up, it is clear that everybody at the club is connected and pulling towards the same goals, under the same beliefs.

The popular chant "We've got our club back" springs to mind, as gone are the days of player power and downing tools, and Arsenal now look to be challengers on the world stage once more.

Some fans and pundits may joke, or sometimes genuinely accuse Arsenal of over-celebrating but, and I will try and say this politely... who cares?

The most you can take from a game is three points, and we are well within our rights to celebrate each game as much as any other, and I for one cannot be happier to see others begrudging us during a period of such growth and success for the club.

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