Unai Emery may have been dispatched last week but Arsenal's winless run in the league has continued under new temporary boss Ljungberg and now stretches to six games (D4, L2) in what has been the worst start to a top flight campaign since 1975 - and it could easily have been worse.
The Gunners were more adventurous with some of their attacking play, which pleased former Sweden global Ljungberg, who played for Arsenal between 1998 and 2007.
It gives Ljungberg plenty to think about ahead of a home game against the Seagulls on Thursday night before an away trip to West Ham next week.
"I would probably expect us to take the lead and go for that".
Following the draw with Norwich, Ljungberg said: "Of course, I was proud and honoured to be allowed to stand there on the touchline and leading this great club".
"I try to see things like that, everybody has a fair chance and what I see in training and in games is what I will judge them on".
Aubameyang's first goal from the penalty spot came after a handball from Christoph Zimmermann.
Krul saved Aubameyang's penalty but it was retaken after VAR had adjudged four Norwich players had encroached into the box. "But from what I heard it was quite obvious, that's what the results are for".
Krul was furious afterward and revealed all in his post-match interview telling Sky Sports: "My job is to get into the strikers' head and get him to doubt".
"I saved the first penalty so it was frustrating that it had to be re-taken".
"I just said to Mesut Ozil as they were celebrating that they were lucky because the referee helped them a lot there".