Tottenham Hotspur 1 – 0 Brighton & Hove Albion Football Highlights
Venue : Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
GOAL : 88′ Christian Eriksen 1 – 0
Finally! Eriksen breaches Brighton’s defence as his strike from the edge of the box sneaks under Ryan. The home fans erupt in a mixture of relief and delight no doubt.
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🌕35′ Florin Andone
🌕46′ Christian Eriksen
Video HD Highlights below
Player Ratings (Starting Lineup)
Tottenham Hotspur : Lloris (6), Rose (7), Trippier (6), Alderweireld (6), Vertonghen (6), Wanyama (6), Eriksen (7), Alli (6), Moura (6), Son (6), Llorente (4)
Subs used: Janssen (6), Davies (6)
Brighton & Hove Albion : Ryan (7), Bernardo (7), Duffy (7), Dunk (8), Stephens (7), Bissouma (7), Montoya (7), Gross (7), Jahanbakhsh (6), Locadia (6), Andone (6)
Subs used: Murray (6)
Man Of The Match :
- Tottenham have only lost one of their six previous home league games against Brighton (W3 D2 L1), winning the last two by a 2-0 scoreline in December 1982 and December 2017.
- Brighton are winless in their last five meetings with Tottenham in all competitions, drawing one and losing four since a 2-1 league win in April 1983.
- Tottenham have won all three of their home games in all competitions since moving into their stadium, scoring seven goals and conceding none.
- Tottenham have lost four Premier League home games this season, just one fewer than they’d lost at home in their three previous league campaigns combined. However, five of their last six home defeats have been against ‘big six’ opposition, with a 1-3 reverse against Wolves in December the exception.
- None of Tottenham’s last 67 Premier League games have ended 0-0 – currently the longest such run in the division, and Spurs’ longest ever run without a goalless draw in the competition.
- Brighton have failed to score in their last five Premier League games – the longest current run in the competition, and the joint-longest such run in total this season (Southampton also five).
- Brighton have lost all 10 of their Premier League away games against ‘big six’ opponents, conceding 22 goals and scoring just twice.
- Spurs haven’t lost a Premier League home game on a Tuesday since August 2007 (1-3 vs Everton), winning seven and drawing one since then.