However as expected the cityzens broke the deadlock in the 2nd minute courtesy of Gundogan strike, but things got worst for City as Jaoa Cancelo was shown a straight red card in the 10th minute. After that Foden scored in the 48th minute to give the visitors a 2-0 lead, but the Seagulls replied by scoring 3 goals in the next 26 minutes to turn the match around. Goals from Trossard, Webster and Burn ensured Brighton recorded a crucial victory against City.
After the triump, Brighton climbed to 15th position in the table now with 41 points, while Manchester City remain at the top of the log with 83 points.
Manchester United had already secured a Champions league spot before they hosted relegated Fulham at Old Trafford.
The Red devil's immense pressure in the opening minutes would be awarded in the 15th minute as inform forward Edinson Cavani scored a long range goal to give the host a deserved lead which proved to be the difference in the interval.
Fulham resumed the second half as the better side as they tried to get back in the match and their efforts would eventually be rewarded as Joe Bryan scored a wonderful header in the 76th minute to ensure the visitors salvaged a point.
The draw ensured Manchester United consolidate their 2nd position in the PL now with 71 points, while Fulham remain rooted at 18th in the table with 28 points.
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