Newcastle vs Brighton
Newcastle players celebrate Undav’s misfortune as his own goal lifts the intensity in the stadium. Deniz Undav turns Kieran Trippier's corner into his own net, and according to BBC Sport, Newcastle haven't lost a game at home this season when they've scored first. Trippier was marking Mitoma, and he didn't allow him to get the ball first. He was winning most of the aerial tussles and clearing before Mitoma took control. This work by Trippier was influential in the first half, as he also assisted Burn to make it 2-0.
Undav got one back for Brighton early in the second half. With that goal, Deniz Undav became the first Brighton player and the first German to score a goal and an own goal in the same Premier League game.
Just when Brighton began to dominate the ball, Wilson raced forward and scored Newcastle's third goal before Guimaraes put the game beyond Brighton.
Premier League Table After This Result
With this win, Newcastle United have now overtaken Manchester United into third place with two games remaining.
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