sections
  • Manchester City 1 -0 Brighton Hove

    Manchester City wins against Brighton to go 14 games unbeaten. Phil Foden grabbed the only goal just before half-time when he collected Kevin de Bruyne’s...

    View Full Post
    Manchester City wins against Brighton to go 14 games unbeaten. Phil Foden grabbed the only goal just before half-time when he collected Kevin de Bruyne’s pass, created space and fired into the bottom corner. Manchester City extended their unbeaten run to 14 matches in all competitions with a hard-fought win over struggling Brighton. The hosts...
    39
  • Arsenal 1 – 0 Brighton Hove

    The Frenchman swept in Bukayo Saka’s ball for his third goal in three games to earn the Gunners their first back-to-back league wins since the...

    View Full Post
    The Frenchman swept in Bukayo Saka’s ball for his third goal in three games to earn the Gunners their first back-to-back league wins since the start of the season. Striker Alexandre Lacazette scored 21 seconds after coming on as a second-half substitute to give Arsenal a narrow win at Brighton. However, their display lacked the...
    34
  • West Ham 2 – 2 Brighton Hove

    West Ham came back from behind twice as they draw 2 all with Brighton Hove. The Seagulls took the lead towards the end of a...

    View Full Post
    West Ham came back from behind twice as they draw 2 all with Brighton Hove. The Seagulls took the lead towards the end of a first-half they dominated when Neal Maupay swept in at London Stadium. Tomas Soucek scored a late equaliser as West Ham came from behind to rescue a point against struggling Brighton....
    35
  • Leicester City 3 – 0 Brighton Hove

    James Maddison scored twice as Leicester City thump Brighton Hove 3 – 0. The 24-year-old struck twice before half-time, his second a sublime, curled finish...

    View Full Post
    James Maddison scored twice as Leicester City thump Brighton Hove 3 – 0. The 24-year-old struck twice before half-time, his second a sublime, curled finish into the top corner after he had slotted in from Jamie Vardy‘s blocked shot. James Maddison scored twice as Leicester produced a relentless first-half display to beat Brighton and climb...
    41
  • Jamie Carragher: Southampton should not have been awarded that controversial penalty

    Jamie Carragher: Southampton should not have been awarded that controversial penalty Solly March was judged by VAR to have fouled Kyle Walker-Peters inside the area,...

    View Full Post
    Jamie Carragher: Southampton should not have been awarded that controversial penalty Solly March was judged by VAR to have fouled Kyle Walker-Peters inside the area, despite the initial push appearing to occur outside the box, for which on-field referee David Coote gave a free kick. However, there was a tangle of legs just after that...
    89
  • Southampton 2 – 1 Brighton Hove

    Danny Ings returned from injury to score as Southampton beat Brighton Hove. The result lifts Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side up to fifth in...

    View Full Post
    Danny Ings returned from injury to score as Southampton beat Brighton Hove. The result lifts Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side up to fifth in the top flight, while the Seagulls remain 16th. Danny Ings returned from injury to score the winner with a penalty as Southampton came back to edge an entertaining Premier League...
    38
  • Tottenham 2 – 1 Brighton Hove

    Gareth Bale scores as Tottenham beat Brighton Hove to go second on the table. In an action-packed game, Harry Kane put Spurs ahead from the...

    View Full Post
    Gareth Bale scores as Tottenham beat Brighton Hove to go second on the table. In an action-packed game, Harry Kane put Spurs ahead from the penalty spot, his 149th Premier League goal, after a video assistant referee check deemed Adam Lallana had fouled the England captain. Gareth Bale’s first goal since re-signing for Tottenham helped...
    36
  • Crystal Palace 1 – 1 Brighton Hove

    Crystal Palace plays to a 1-all draw. Argentine Mac Allister latched on fellow substitute Aaron Connolly’s lay-off to drill home a rasping first-time finish from...

    View Full Post
    Crystal Palace plays to a 1-all draw. Argentine Mac Allister latched on fellow substitute Aaron Connolly’s lay-off to drill home a rasping first-time finish from the edge of the area. Substitute Alexis Mac Allister netted a 90th-minute equaliser to earn Brighton a thoroughly deserved draw against rivals Crystal Palace. Palace were on the back foot...
    41
  • Man United’s penalty kick after the final whistle incident explained

    Why Man United was allowed a penalty kick after the final whistle? Manchester United have registered their first Premier League win this season, but under...

    View Full Post
    Why Man United was allowed a penalty kick after the final whistle? Manchester United have registered their first Premier League win this season, but under controversial circumstances – edging out a narrow 3-2 win against a plucky Brighton side, with the match-winning goal coming through a penalty after the referee had blown the full-time whistle....
    73
  • Chelsea 3 – 1 Brighton Hove

    Chelsea beat Brighton Hove 3 – 1 in their first game of the season. James put Chelsea 2-1 up minutes after Brighton’s Leandro Trossard equalised...

    View Full Post
    Chelsea beat Brighton Hove 3 – 1 in their first game of the season. James put Chelsea 2-1 up minutes after Brighton’s Leandro Trossard equalised Jorginho’s first-half penalty, won by new signing Timo Werner.  Chelsea defender Reece James scored a stunning long-range effort and got an assist as they began their Premier League season with...
    34