Arsenal earned a point at Amex Stadium, leaving Brighton to rue numerous squandered opportunities.
Graham Potter’s side were more comfortable and assured in possession in the first half, but they failed to convert their dominance into goals, with Dan Burn heading the Seagulls’ greatest chance over the crossbar from close range.
Shane Duffy headed against the side-netting from Pascal Gross’s corner, while Leandro Trossard and Neal Maupay also missed the target from good positions.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s greatest first-half chance came from Bukayo Saka’s looping cross, which he glanced against the outside of the post.
Smith, Emile In a rare second-half attack, Rowe blasted straight at Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez, but an Arsenal win would have been cruel on the hosts.
Source: BBC Sport