Manchester United were beaten at Old Trafford 1-3 by a dogged Brighton And Hove Albion side, MySportDab reports.
It was the visiting side who made pathways in the match all through the first half which was eventful coming from both teams.
They completed the job in the second half which made sure it was all nothing for the home side who were once again beaten hands down.
There was so many talking points in the first half which was surrounded by speculations as Jadon Sancho banned from the team kicked off.
Manchester United came into the game with a lot of optimism as Rasmus Hojlund gets his first start since sealing a move to the Premier League.
Brighton And Hove Albion took the lead in the 20th minutes as former devils Danny Welbeck scored from a clever finish to make things 0-1 as they pushed on forward.
It was going cagey between both teams entering the final minutes left which saw Rasmus Hojlund scored in the 41st minutes but unfortunately VAR ruled out the goal.
The game did not provide much as Brighton and Hove Albion were on top heading into the break with a 0-1 lead against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
There was more which came through from both teams as they engaged each other in the second half trying to see what they can put together from their end.
Manchester United had the pressure all over them as they were the side behind and it prompted them to keep pushing to make a comeback all through.
Pascal Gross made things 0-2 with another shocker in the 53rd minutes as Brighton and Hove Albion ensured they made things more complication moving forward for the match.
Joao Pedro scored in the 72nd minutes of the match making things unbearable before Hannibal Mejbri pulled back a goal to make between them 1-3.
The match came to an end with Brighton and Hove Albion making sure they grabbed all three points at Old Trafford beating Manchester United 1-3.
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