Match Report – Brighton & Hove Albion 0-1 Southampton

Tweet Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg’s second-half winner saw Southampton claim an important victory away at Brighton & Hove Albion. The win moves the Saints five points ahead of Cardiff, who play Chelsea on Sunday. Brighton improved after a poor first-half but were unable to find an equalising goal, and remain in the battle to avoid the drop. Both sides would have seen this encounter as a prime opportunity to gain a crucial three points in the bid to secure Premier League survival, but despite this, Chris Hughton’s side were their usual cautious…

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Match Report – Brighton & Hove Albion 1-3 Burnley

Tweet A brace from former Brighton & Hove Albion loanee Chris Wood helped Burnley succumb Albion to another defeat as the hosts’ poor run in 2019 continues. In a controversial and enthralling fixture, Wood’s double and Ashley Barnes’s penalty gave the visitors a three-goal lead, which, despite Shane Duffy’s late reply, saw Sean Dyche’s side gain an important three points in the battle for survival. It is safe to say that an end-to-end thriller was the last thing most spectators expected going into the game – a match which pitted…

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Brighton 3-1 Crystal Palace – Match Report

Tweet Three first-half goals gave 10-man Brighton the victory against Crystal Palace in an incident-packed derby at the Amex Stadium. Both teams came into the game on a high, yet it was the home side who came out triumphant and now sit tenth in the Premier League, nine points clear of their rivals. We had to wait until after quarter of an hour when Palace had the first opportunity of the match. Patrick van Aanholt found himself in acres of space down the left hand side, who then cut the…

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Match Report: Brighton 1 – 0 Wolves

Tweet Brighton and Hove Albion won their third successive top flight game for the first time in 37 years after a goal from top-scorer Glenn Murray earned the home side a 1-0 win against a Wolves side which has adapted to life in the top flight with relative ease. As expected, it was the visitors who dominated the early proceedings having up to 80% possession at times but, despite having the majority of the ball and some half-chances, it was Brighton who came closest to scoring in the opening 25…

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Match Report – Brighton 1-2 Tottenham

Tweet Goals from Harry Kane and Erik Lamela gave Tottenham Hotspur the win over Brighton in the pouring rain. The home side forced their way back into the game in the second half, but Anthony Knockaert’s tame shot proved to be the turning point in a game where Tottenham’s superior quality eventually paid off. Spurs started on the front foot; pressing their opponents high up the pitch, and the Londoners nearly made their pressure pay when Mat Ryan had to get a strong hand to Toby Alderweireld’s header which deflected…

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