Brighton match-winner Neal Maupay after they criticised him for his role in a serious injury to keeper Bernd Leno :
"Some of their players need to learn what is humility," said Maupay.
"One of them was talking the whole game and saying really bad things," added Maupay.
"When I scored I just had to say 'listen, that is what happens when you say bad things on the pitch'.
"At half-time I went to the manager Mikel Arteta to apologise. I never meant to injure the keeper. I jumped for the ball. I apologise to the team and to him as well. I have been through a bad injury, it is hard.
"Arsenal players maybe need to learn humility sometimes. They were talking a lot. They got what they deserved.
"I just went to get the ball really. When he landed he twisted his knee. It is football, there is contact. I never meant to hurt him. I apologise again and wish him a speedy recovery."