Date: 5th December 2019 at 10:02pm
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It really can be amazing how one change at half time can change the fortunes of a team so much, and Nicolas certainly proved that against Brighton.

The was full of booing at half time, with the going into the break one goal down, and showing little proof that they could turn that around.

Freddie unleashed the summer signing for Joe Willock at the beginning of the second half, and Arsenal were back level in a matter of minutes.

It was who got the equaliser but Pepe was squaring up his man and beating him time and time again – something Gunners’ went wild for.

Despite his impact, it counted for nothing in the end as Neal Maupay headed home in the final 10 minutes for Brighton to take home the three points.

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The Ivorian has yet to have the desired impact at Stadium, but he has definitely proved before that he is capable of providing a massive threat in the final third.

Pepe was involved in 33 goals in 38 appearances last season at , and if given the chance for a consistent run in the first-team, there is the chance he could do exactly the same in the Premier League.

The early signs were good for the African after coming on, and he certainly made a huge difference going forward and is surely guaranteed a start against West Ham after another disappointing result.

The 24-year-old hasn’t delivered what was expected of him yet in , but there are definitely glimpses of promise being shown – none more so than his cameo against Brighton.