On Saturday Brighton and Hove Albion and Arsenal play out a goalless draw in their Premier League clash at the Amex Stadium. The home side had the best of the chances, but Lewis Dunk, Neal Maupay, and Dan Burn all missed their openings. Emile Smith Rowe also had a late effort for the Gunners but was saved by Robert Sanchez.
The tendency towards shorter players is not any surprise, particularly in creative and assaultive players. Meanwhile, for central defenders and a few attackers, height may be a large advantage, within the obvious case of aerial duels. The opposite position that tends to examine taller players is in goal, you will rarely see a great goalkeeper underneath six feet. Now let's takes a look at the top 6 tallest defenders in premier league as at 2019/2020: 1. Name: Dan Burn Height: 2.01m Country: England Club: Brighton
Key Matchups. Timo Werner vs Dunk/White. This should be an interesting battle as Werner looks to get firing straight away. He's set to make his competitive debut today and will probably have to deal with the attention of the Brighton defensive duo. He'll be looking to play on the shoulder of the defender and run onto any balls played in behind. It's vital Chelsea try to create for Werner because he's an excellent finisher and will be hoping for a goal here. Lallana vs Kante. It will be interesting to see if
It was yet another exciting day in the premier league yesterday as we witnessed four games go down in the competition to complete the first face of the matchday 37. Summary Of Yesterday's Premier League Fixtures Two matches kicked off simultaneously yesterday as Man United hosted Fulham at the Old Trafford Stadium while Leeds United travelled to face Southampton at the St Mary's Stadium.
The Premier League is one regarded as the toughest league in Europe top 5 league because of their tight competition among the clubs and there is no room for full dominance of a single football clubs for many seasons likewise the top scorers. Over the years premier league gradually introduces tricky wingers Which possess both dribble and crossing skills and also with Strikers with lots of pace, Skills and heights, someone who run faster and break the defence. However, premier league now give more room Gia
The English premier league produced a lot of actions yesterday as Liverpool slipped to a second successive home league defeat. While all attention was on Sunday's thrilling encounter with Manchester City, the reigning champions made a total mess of Wednesday sitter, losing 1-0 to Brighton. Despite maintaining a larger fair of possession throughout the game, Liverpool were only able to muster one shot on target all through out the game. Dan Burn should have put the Visitors ahead in the first half only to slice
Brighton hit back from 2 down to secure a 3-3 stalemate following a entertaining game with Wolvhampton at Amex Stadium. Brighton attacker Aaron Connolly got the host off to a good start in the thirteenth minute when the attacker nipped in ahead of Wolves goalkeeper Rui Patricio to convert Leandro Trossard’s sublime cross. However, Wolverhampton Wanderers equalised 6 minutes later when defender Roman Saiss looped a brilliant header into the top corner of the net. Wolves then scored again as Dan Burn’s night
The Red Devils and The Citizens were both active in the premier league today as they failed to secure all three points from their various matches in the competition. Man United and Fulham battled at the Old Trafford Stadium in what was an intense fixture in the premier league today.Ole Gunners Solksjaer's men continued with their winless run in the competition as Fulham held them to a frustrating 1-1 draw courtesy of goals from Edinson Cavani and Joe Bryna.
When the Nigerian international left German side Mainz 05 to join Brighton on free transfer, we had thought that, the move would ensure he get playing with the Seagull, which will go a long way in cementing his place in the national team. Unfortunately for Leon Balogun, the chemistry level between Shane Duffy and Lewis Dunk sky-rocketed, leaving the coach with the choice to sit Leon on the bench. It was not just about Dunk and Duffy's partnership, players like Adam Webster and Dan Burn, also made life diffi
Dan Burn said his disallowed goal would have been the best he had ever scored. The defender thought he had doubled Albion’s lead in the 58th minute when he span and buried the ball in a bottom corner after Aaron’s Mooy free-kick eventually fell to him. But after a couple of minutes of VAR deliberation he fell victim to another ‘armpit offside’ . Burn says it would have been a goal he would have treasured had it counted. He said: “It would have been my best (goal). “To score a goal in the Premier
Sterling Scores A Funny Goal As Manchester City Trashed Southampton,Check Scores At End Of Match Day
Brighton hosted city at home today,they tried to play confident and start their play from the back which I find personally not wise. As usual City was in fine form and played their smooth and almost flawless football with smooth and accurate passes. They worked the ball smoothly from their side of the pitch to brighton side. The games opener was by Raheem Sterling after he curled the ball around Henderson in the 21st minute. He then went on to complete his hattrick with headers in the 53rd and 81st minute. His
Aaron Mooy celebrates after doubling Brighton's lead Alireza Jahanbakhsh's first-ever goal for Brighton and a fine second from Aaron Mooy secured a vital 2-0 win and three points for Graham Potter's side against south-coast rivals Bournemouth on Saturday. The Iranian club-record signing finally got off the mark in his 27th appearance by firing home inside three minutes - Brighton's fastest goal in Premier League history. Brighton thought they'd scored a second when Dan Burn hooked in from close range on 58
minute with a fierce, low strike into the a long way corner. It was his first intention for the clubbecause he used to be signed after last year's World Cup and the overwhelmed Iranian was once on the verge of tears. "It's been a long time coming and I didn't make minutes but I have been waiting for this time for a long time," Jahanbakhsh informed BBC Sport. "Before the in shape I had a great feeling due to the fact I'm taking part in properly and I'm satisfied to assis
The Premier League was reaching it's end, with every club having 10 or fewer games remaining. Due the coronavirus spreading across the world it was then announced that the Premier League had been decided to be suspend. We put together every Premier League club best player before the Suspension, only performances in the league have been taken into account. Arsenal: Nicolas Pepe - 7.19 Pepe has had an up-and-down season. He's only scored four goals and recorded six assists. Aston Villa: Jack Grealish - 7.3
Two magnificent goals from Alireza Jahanbakhsh and then Aaron Mooy, doomed the Cherries leaving just two points above the relegation zone. On the other side, Brighton faced more VAR uncertainty to end a windless four-game streak. Dan Burn felt he doubled the lead in the second half after the bullet of Jahanbakhsh brought the hosts ahead on three minutes. However, after a VAR review, the goal was ruled out for offside, and while many marginal calls have been made this season, certainly none were tighter than
Frank Lampard's Chelsea dropped points against Brighton and Hove Albion at the Amex Stadium this afternoon. The blues traveled to the Amex Stadium on New Year's day to face Brighton. Brighton won their last game of 2019, 2-0 home win vs Bournemouth while Chelsea came from behind to beat Arsenal at the Emirates stadium. Both teams were full of confidence coming into this game and Chelsea dominated first half proceedings with Brighton not in sync and misplacing passes. Chelsea scored in the 10th minute throug
Steven Alzate's goal condemned Jurgen Klopp's side to a second straight home loss after a remarkable run without defeat. Liverpool suffered a second successive league defeat at Anfield as they were beaten 1-0 by Brighton Having seen three-and-a-half-year run without losing a home Premier League game come to an end against Burnley last week, the Reds once again lost by a solitary goal on Merseyside. Steven Alzate's second-half goal proved the difference as the hosts failed to find the scoresheet for the fourth