Pascal Gross’s brace helped Brighton to a 1-2 win as Erik Ten Hag suffered his first defeat as Manchester United manager, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The Red Devils were out of the game from the start of the first half, which saw their opponent pushing them around while they made things happen.
Brighton And Hove Albion almost made it count a few seconds after kickoff, which saw them pushing with a quick attack which luckily didn’t cause much damage.
Manchester United still didn’t learn from the early error as the game continued to the 30th minute, which saw Pascal Gross netting for his side to make it 0-1 from a brilliant finish.
He didn’t take too long to add another goal which came in the 39th minute from the Brighton player, who was able to smash home another one to make the scoreline 0-2 going forward.
The game continued with nothing coming from the home side as they headed into the break with Manchester United 0-2 Brighton and Hove Albion after 45 minutes of football.
Second Half Report
The second half wasn’t that bad as the Old Trafford did improve their performance, but it wasn’t enough to give them what they needed going forward in the encounter.
Brighton And Hove Albion maintained their lead while they pushed forward, looking to make something more happen, but all their attempts failed and didn’t yield anything that could increase their information.
Manchester United was still sluggish and looked terrible, with Cristiano Ronaldo coming in to replace Fred in an attempt by Erik Ten Hag to take another approach to the game, which worked.
Diogo Dalot’s controversial goal in the 68th minute made it 1-2, and it had VAR consulting for a possible handball, but it later counted as an own-goal by MacAllister.
That goal was the only action as Brighton, And Hove Albion held on and claimed all three points beating Manchester United 1-2 at Old Trafford as Erik Ten Hag suffered his first Premier League loss.
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