Brighton FC opened the day with a massive 4-2 victory over Leicester City at The American Express Community Stadium.
Kelechi Iheaanacho gave The Foxes an early lead in the 1st minute of the game assisted by Patson Daka before Luke Thomas unfortunate own goal in the 10th minute equalized the scores and returned Brighton FC to the game.
Five minutes later Moises Caicedo netted a fantastic goal to put the hosts in the lead assisted by Zambia International midfielder Enock Mwepu before Patson Daka netted an equalizer in the 33rd minute assisted by Youri Tielemans.
Brighton FC came back stronger and more aggressive in the second half and controlled the better part of the game. Leandro Trossard put the hosts ahead in the 64th minute assisted by Pascal Gros before Mac Allister solidified their victory in the 71st minute via a spot kick.
Mac Allister made the scores 5-2 in the final moments of the game to burry deep in the sand the hopes Brendan Rodgers of turning things around. The victory propelled Brighton FC to13 points after playing six matches so far in the league.
The loss left Leicester City in the bottom of the table winless with a point after playing six matches so far. Brendan Rodgers side has lost four matches in a row 0-1 against Manchester united, 2-1 defeat against Chelsea, 1-2 loss in the hands of Southampton and 4-2 against Arsenal FC in their second game of the season.
Graham Potter’s side have secured four victories and a loss out of their last five matches in the league. Brighton FC secured a 2-0 victory over West Ham, 1-0 win against Leeds and 1-2 victory against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
This was a special game for Brighton’s latest signing Billy Gilmour as he came in the final moments of the game to replace Moises Caicedo in his first match since joining them from Chelsea in the last minute transfer deals.
Manchester United secured a 3-1 victory in the final game of the at Old Trafford against Arsenal. Antony netted opening goal of the match before Rashford netted two goals for United. Bukayo Saka netted the consolation goal for Arsenal.
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