The former Manchester United and Arsenal striker scored his first goal for the Seagulls.
Danny Welbeck‘s first goal for Brighton set Albion on their way to a first win in 7 Premier League matches in the middle of a controversial finish at Villa Park.
The former Manchester United and Arsenal striker struck to offer the visitors a half- time lead prior to Aston Villa equalised at the start of the second half through Ezri Konsa
Solly March rapidly brought back Brighton’s benefit with a charming curling effort and Graham Potter‘s team hung on easily in completion for a 2-1 success.
Nevertheless, they were made to sweat in injury time as Tariq Lamptey was dispatched for 2 bookable obstacles on John McGinn and after that Jack Grealish
Lamptey had actually not even taken his seat on the bench prior to Villa were then granted a penalty after March reduced Trezeguet Referee
Villa Michael Oliverhome matches since reversed his champions after being welcomed to seek advice from VAR.
have actually now lost all 3 the emphatic 7-2 defeat of Premier League Liverpool at the start of October.team Unsurprisingly, Arsenal Dean SmithVilla boss called a the same plans after winning so remarkably at only prior to the international break. The
was required to modify his problem after big 5 minutes when Villa Ross Barkleysince was hurt.arrival The midfielder appeared to fine-tune a hamstring while taking a free-kick and he was changed by
Bertrand Traoregoalagainst Smith will be hoping it is not a major run as Barkley would be a play miss out on for Brighton, having actually impressed his on loan from Chelsea. Things became worse for the hosts as they fell back after 12 minutes. The was win back possession inside the half of Welbeck clear however it was well-worked byball
Welbeck Pascal Grossball half and over former Arsenal team Adam Lallana integrated to their own finish, prior to the latter sent out
Villa with a cool through goal.over still had plenty to do, bring the yards the length of the pitch prior to keeping his composure to calmly raise his shot
– mate first half Emiliano Martinezjust outside with a creative area. ought to have rapidly equalised however Aaron Webster rejected Trezeguet with a brave – line clearance prior to the Egyptian then in some way blazed the rebound
the crossbar from 7 out. When Trezeguet did strike the target midway through the goal, this time with an effort from Welbeck the Brighton, lead Mathew Ryan
Villa came down well to make the conserve.first half Martinez was out rapidly to ward off goal Neal Maupay when he was executed on by as wanted to extend their goal. ended up the highly. Ryan made an unconventional save money on his
– line to kick away a header from start Tyrone Mingssecond half, prior to ball Ben Whitebox made a run- conserving block to reject in Ollie Watkinsball home
The hosts preserved their momentum after the break and were deservedly level at the game of theBrighton Traore put a dazzling play into the pass from a free-kick and Konsa, timing his corner to excellence, moved net to turn the
with an outstretched foot.second half The Villa had actually ended up being end to end and starting restored their benefit after 56 minutes. Gross changed Brighton to the left flank, choosing March with a rakingalso March then curled a great shot beyond Martinez and into the far in of the
.attack in The mad rate wanted to have actually overtaken the players at the midway-point of the full as the pace struck a little a lull. ball were
Brighton to look devoid and exhausted of concepts, while lead were in a little leggy and in no real rush to get up the pitch.yellow cards in When they did, by means of a counter-
Villa the 78th minute, Maupay, at penalty stretch trying to get on completion of a Gross cross, headed the ball large.decision were easily safeguarding their Villa boss however everything threatened to fail
the closing phases. Lamptey was dispatched (*) injury time after gathering 2 (*) fast succession.(*) were then granted a (*), although replays recommended March may have played enough of the(*) Referee Oliver believed so after having a look at the pitchside screen and reversed his preliminary (*), much to the fury of (*) Smith.(*)