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    Pepe scores with fine curler for Arsenal vs Brighton

    In the 67th minute of this afternoon’s Premier League encounter between Arsenal and Brighton, Nicolas Pepe broke the deadlock with a magnificent strike.

    Exciting youngster Bukayo Saka charged forward before laying the ball off to Arsenal’s marquee man, Pepe – a silky dribbler – created space for himself with some quick footwork before curling the ball into the top corner.

    Brighton’s keeper Mat Ryan had no chance of stopping this.

    Take a look at the Ivorian’s opener below:

    Pictures from BT Sport and RMC Sport.

    As per BBC Sport, the Gunners made Pepe their club-record signing last summer by signing the attacker from Lille in a deal worth £72m.

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