Brennan Johnson late goal ensured Tottenham came from behind to beat Brighton and Hove Albion 2-1, MySportDab reports.
Both teams had so much to play in search of the lead which came for the away side who were much clinical from their chances.
Spurs made sure their final attempt on goal counted for something as they were able to make sure they claimed the three points.
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It was a good game between both teams who had to ensure they did well enough pushing for something that could be beneficial to them.
Tottenham did well enough from the kickoff which saw them dominating play until they conceded a penalty which Pascal Groß stepped up in the 17th minutes and made things 0-1.
Brighton and Hove Albion did well enough from their end as they pushed forward seeking something to add to their lead while they also put up solid defending at the back.
The game progressed with a lot more being played by both teams as they wanted to make sure the match was in their favor going forward.
There was no change with Brighton and Hove Albion putting themselves in front with a 0-1 lead against Tottenham who did everything possible but couldn’t get a foal after 45 minutes.
The match resumed in the second half with so much more from both teams who came in with more morale in search of maximum victory.
Brighton and Hove Albion maintained good composure which saw them doing well enough by defending and making sure they did not get broken down.
Tottenham pulled back level with a goal from Pape Matar Sarr who was quick to react and ensured he made things 1-1 between both teams in the 61st minute.
The game pushed on further with nothing productive coming from either side as Spurs welcomed back Son Heung Min who was introduced into the encounter.
Brennan Johnson pulled through with a stunner in the final minutes which ensured Tottenham claimed the victory 2-1 against Brighton who gave them a good run until the late goal came in.
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