Sheffield United 0 – Brighton 5.

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Brighton moved up to 7th in the table after defeating 10-man Sheffield United from the start of the game 5-0 in the Premier League last Sunday.

Just 10 minutes into the game, a red card came quickly. When Sheffield United defender Mason Holgate hit a dangerous ball and hit Brighton’s talented winger Kaoru Mitoma in the knee. The referee took the time to check VAR before walking off the field The home team then had 10 players remaining.

Brighton took advantage of their players and went ahead and took the lead 1-0 in the 20th minute. From a corner kick on the right side that went beyond the far post. Lewis Dunk headed it back for Facundo Buonanotte. Flicks with his left and shoots into the net.ทางเข้า UFABET 

Another 4 minutes later, Brighton escaped 2-0. Pascal Gross opened the ball into the penalty area. Kaoru Mitoma flicked the ball into the middle and made a save that bounced into the path. Danny Welbeck shot with his right, emphatically not remains. 

At the end of the first half, Sheffield United sent a shot into the net from Ben Osborne, who flicked close in. But they were caught offside by VAR. Therefore did not get the door to break the egg. And the first half ended with the visiting team leading 2-0. 

In the second half, 54 minutes, Brighton got a chance from the moment. When Jan-Paul Van Hecke passed the ball into the penalty area for Simon Adingra to catch and turn and shoot with his left. But the ball didn’t get far from Wes Foderingham making it possible to save it.

Brighton took a 3-0 lead in the 75th minute. Kaoru Mitoma launched the ball from the left side into the goal. Jack Robinson jumped to intercept but unfortunately it turned into his own goal. 

The score flowed to 4-0 three minutes later. Pascal Gross opened the ball from the right side for Simon Adingra to flick in a decisive shot from 12 yards out.

Two minutes before the end of the game, Brighton scored another goal to emphasize victory from Simon Adingra, the same man who scored his own second goal to end the game. Brighton picked up a decisive victory, defeating Sheffield United 5-0 up. They are seventh in the table, while Sheffield United remain bottom as usual.