Another Premier League weekend and with it yet another game to forget for Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette.
Having been thoroughly disappointing in the Gunners' embarrassing 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace on Monday night, the pressure was on for the Frenchman to deliver against Brighton & Hove Albion.
But the 30-year-old faltered in front of goal as Arsenal were beaten for the second league game in a row. It was an alarming statistic that 10 players had shots for the Gunners, but Lacazette was not one of them.
The striker has managed just one goal since December 24 last year, which is even more shocking and has a tally of four Premier League goals in 25 games this season. Arsenal fans are beginning to lose patience with the former Lyon forward as they reacted angrily to the striker's performance on Twitter.
Here are some of the reactions of fans to the Frenchman's performance:
Alexandre Lacazette falters as Arsenal stumble in the top four race
Arsenal were in the ascendancy last month in the race for a top-four finish. Having played fewer games than the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United, they watched their close rivals miss out on points.
This gave them the opportunity to really stake their claim for UEFA Champions League qualification.
Mikel Arteta's side were in fine form prior to a 2-0 home defeat to Premier League title challengers Liverpool on March 16. The loss seemingly rocked the side as since then they haven't looked like the hugely impressive set-up that has had many touting Arteta as manager of the season.
They have now played just one game less than their fierce rivals Spurs, who are consolidating their place in the top four and are currently beating Aston Villa 4-0.
Arsenal now trail Antonio Conte's men by three points and it feels ever more likely that Spurs will be the ones to claim Champions League football next season.
Monday's defeat to Crystal Palace was worrying. However, many disregarded the loss as perhaps nothing more than a hiccup, expecting the Gunners to beat Brighton on their home turf.
But their poor form continued as Brighton made the most of their stagnant defense and put a real dent in their top four hopes.
As for Lacazette, it's the same old story. He lacks the killer instinct vital to any side dreaming of Champions League football.
Lacazette's contract runs out at the end of the season. It seems highly unlikely that the Gunners will be looking to give him an extension based on his performances this season.