Three key talking points from Brighton’s win over Tottenham

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Three key talking points from Brighton’s win over Tottenham

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Tottenham traveled to Brighton in Saturday’s early Premier League kick-off.

Spurs started the weekend 6th within the Premier League with 11 factors.

A win over Brighton would have seen Tottenham transfer as high as 4th within the table.

As for Brighton, they started Saturday 16th in the league with only one win within the PL this campaign.

Tottenham’s line-up was slightly totally different from the one which suffered a 7-2 drubbing at the hands of Bayern Munich earlier this week.

Moussa Sissoko would begin in at right-back vs the Seagulls instead of the suspended Serge Aurier.

Listed here are three key speaking factors from the conflict.

Error-prone Lloris

Tottenham’s day would get off to a nightmare start.

Brighton would whip a ball into the Spurs field, which appeared like a reasonably snug catch for Hugo Lloris, who was beneath no strain.

Nevertheless, the Frenchman would spill the cross allowing Brighton objective poacher Neil Maupay to go within the ball, putting the Seagulls 1-0 up inside three minutes.

Spurs’ day would go from dangerous too worse because of that objective with their number one shot-stopper Hugo Lloris being injured throughout Brighton’s opener.

After dropping the ball Lloris fell backwards onto his arm, which appeared in a critically dangerous approach.

The previous Lyon man was promptly stretchered off the pitch after receiving oxygen.

The seriousness of Lloris’ damage has yet to be divulged however hopefully, it isn't as dangerous because it first appeared.

Whilst Lloris’ damage does look horrific, the error for Brighton’s objective was already made prior to him sustaining it.

It has seen been revealed that Lloris has made more errors instantly resulting in objectives because the start of the 2016/17 Premier League season than some other participant. That number being 10.

Obviously, Saturday’s error was adopted by a quite critical damage. However it shouldn’t take away from the very fact Lloris is sort of error-prone, something you do not actually need out of your keeper in case you are making an attempt to earn a Champions League spot.

Brighton would pile on Tottenham’s misfortune within the 32nd minute with Aaron Connolly putting Graham Potter’s staff 2-Zero.

The teenager had his unique effort saved by Spurs’ backup keeper Paulo Gazzaniga but he stored urgent and managed to fit residence on his second try.

Tottenham’s away document continues to be a concern

Previous to dealing with off towards Brighton, Tottenham had an awful away report within the Premier League.

In truth, the North London outfit have been winless on the street in the league since January of this yr.

That win would only come towards now Championship aspect Fulham.

The first 45 minutes from Tottenham would recommend that the document was set to proceed for a minimum of another recreation.

Granted, Spurs players might have been slightly shaken up from what occurred to Hugo Lloris.

However that basically shouldn’t be an excuse for the flat, lackluster show given by Tottenham within the first half.

Tottenham’s first-half show was completely encapsulated in damage time with Tanguy Ndombele slamming the ball towards the promoting board in frustration.

Spurs’ hammering at the hands of the German champions appears to have stayed with Mauricio Pochettino’s aspect as they exhibited little to no confidence when making an attempt to deal with, no offense to Brighton, an inferior aspect to Spurs.

The North London powerhouse headed in at the interval 2-0 down.

Pochettino would then ship his aspect out pretty early to start out the second half after what is going to possible have been a fairly aggressive half-time workforce speak.

Tottenham would begin the second half on the stronger foot.

Nevertheless, their display as soon as once more dipped off they usually end the day nonetheless going seeking an away league win this season.

BRIGHTON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 05: Aaron Connolly of Brighton and Hove Albion celebrates after he scores his sides second objective in the course of the Premier League match between Brighton & Hove Albion and Tottenham Hotspur at American Categorical Group Stadium on October 05, 2019 in Brighton, United Kingdom. (Photograph by Bryn Lennon/Getty Pictures)

Sensible Brighton

While Tottenham have been pretty terrible in the present day, that shouldn’t take away from the very fact Brighton delivered maybe their greatest show of the season on the Amex on Saturday.

One of many Seagull’s standout stars vs Spurs was 19-year-old academy product, Aaron Connolly.

Connolly had performed just four PL video games previous to Saturday, none of which got here as a starter.

Nevertheless, the ahead was handed his first start on Saturday and he didn't disappoint.

The 19-year-old would rating Brighton’s second of the day.

And then when Tottenham came again out for the second half with a bit extra of a spring of their step, Connolly shortly dampened Spurs hopes of getting again into the tie as he made it 3-Zero to Brighton in the 64th minute with an exquisite strike.

Although Spurs have been poor in the present day, Brighton ought to still take lots of confidence from this tie as they have been on the front foot for a lot of the 90 minutes.

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