The final premier league fixture of today saw Tottenham battle Brighton & Hove Albion at the AMEX Stadium. The Seagulls performed beyond expectation as they secured a well deserved 1-0 victory over Tottenham thanks to Trossard only goal in the 17th minute.
Brighton started the match on a bright note as Leandro Trossard's strike from a lovely Pascal Gross's cross to gave the Seagulls the 1-0 lead at the 17th minute of the game. It was indeed a wonderful team goal orchestrated by Brighton. Leandro Trossard's goal was enough to give Brighton a 1-0 advantage over a dull Tottenham side at halftime.
Brighton weren't giving Tottenham any breathing space as they kept on piling up the pressure in reach of the second goal of the encounter. Several attempts thrown by both sides couldn't affect the scoreline as the match eventually concluded in a slim 1-0 victory for the Seagulls at full-time
After Tottenham Lost 1-0, This Is How The EPL Table Looks Like
Tottenham drops to the 6th position with 33 points while Brighton maintains their 17th position with 21 points.
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