The short midweek trip to North London was worth it for Albion fans as they watched their team tear Arsenal apart to progress in the Carabao Cup.
The fans had plenty to celebrate in their 3-1 win over the Gunners as they progressed to the fourth round of the tournament.
After the home side initially took the lead, the Seagulls hit back with three unanswered goals to beat the Premier League leaders.
Fans cheered on their team from the far end of Emirates Stadium, bringing flags and banners in support of their favorite players.
A Ghanaian flag adorned with Tariq Lamptey’s surname paid tribute to the influential defender and the praise was well deserved as he slammed the ball deep past goalkeeper Karl Hein for Albion’s third goal.
Several banners were also seen to pay tribute to Brighton’s second goalscorer, Kaoru Mitoma. Japanese flags and Brighton banners with Japanese characters were hoisted in support of the winger, who has enjoyed great success since returning from injury.
Other photos from the game show members of the crowd chanting to their team as they crowded into the away game on Wednesday night.
The team will find out their fate in the fourth round draw of the cup on Thursday 10th November.
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