Tottenham vs Brighton Player Ratings

One man stands out as Trossard sinks Spurs: Tottenham vs Brighton player ratings

Tottenham squandered a brilliant opportunity to increase their dominance in the top 4 by pulling away against a brilliant Brighton side who recorded their second North London win in a week.

It was a poor quality first half, with Brighton looking like the better side when they came closest to opening the scoring. The talking points, as is often the case, revolved around refereeing, with Dejan Kulusevski lucky to remain on the pitch for an elbow while Enock Mwepu was taken off at half-time to avoid a similar fate for Brighton.

And, in truth, it was a lot in the second half, with neither side offering much in and around the respective penalty areas, although once again it was Graham Potter’s side that came closest and ultimately, in the last minute of In regulation time, he snatched a goal with the only moment of true quality in the match.

Going past Eric Dier, Trossard produced a nice finish with the outside of his foot to put Hugo Lloris out of the running, and give Brighton three well-deserved points.

So how did the players fare?


Hugo Lloris – 6

He had very little to do for much of the game, but was capable when called upon. He could do little for the goal.

Royal Emerson – 5

A massive drop in attacking quality from Matt Doherty. The full-back position is a need to improve for another summer transfer window.

Christian Romero – 6

Solid on the ball and was trying to make things happen but to no avail.

Eric Dier – 6

Solid but unspectacular, Dier was guilty of being sold a doll for the only goal, his only mistake of the game.

Ben Davies-6

He did little wrong, but couldn’t make a difference at either end.

Sergio Reguilón – 5

Ineffective on offense and frequently trapped defensively. It is not a good day for the Spanish.

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg – 4

He couldn’t get into the game at all, and he was lucky to last the full 90 minutes based on his performances.

Rodrigo Bentancur – 5

Careless with the ball and was mobbed at every step through Brighton’s midfield.

Dejan Kulusevsky – 4

He was very lucky to still be on the field after an elbow strike in the first half. He couldn’t get into the game and was kicked out after an hour.

Harry Kane-4

He appeared to be way off the pace when the Seagulls took him out of the game. Far from his best creative and clinical moment.

Son of Heung Min – 4

He seemed lost for big patches from the draw. One of his most ineffective performances in a Tottenham shirt this season.


Lucas Mora – 6

He injected some spark into the Spurs side initially but faded as the second half wore on.

Harry winks – 5

He kept the ball moving, but largely sideways. He is not the man you want to bring in when you need a goal.

Steven Bergwijn – N/A

Just for the last five minutes. She fired a late chance wide.

Brighton and Hove Albion

Robert Sanchez – 6

He had very little to do and, in truth, he probably could have brought his deckchair and a good book to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Tariq Lamptey – 6

He was a strong runner and kept the Tottenham defenders busy. He will hope that his injury is not too serious.

Joel Veltman-7

He kept Kane cool and was solid defensively.

Matte Lewis – 7

Strong as ever, both in the air and in construction.

Marc Cucurella – 7

He offered a constant threat down the left flank and produced another impressive performance. Might as well go ahead this summer.

Enock Mwepu – 5

He helped control the midfield in the first half, but was taken off at halftime for a yellow card and perhaps his last chance.

Yves Bissouma – 8

The best player on the pitch and he wasn’t close. Whoever signs him this summer will be lucky if any potential problems off the field turn out to be innocuous.

Gross Paschal – 6

He went under the radar for much of the game, but worked hard for his team when out of possession and was ordered.

Moises Caicedo – 7

He gave a very good account of himself in just his second start in the Premier League.

Alexis MacAllister-7

He was brilliant and offered the biggest threat to Brighton, but still failed to hit the target with any of his efforts.

Leander Trossard – 7

He was barely in the game for long stretches, but he came up with a nice ending to deliver what ultimately turned out to be the winner for the Seagulls.


Danny Welbeck-5

His shot that went out for a throw-in pretty much summed up the lukewarm affair. Nevertheless, he worked hard.

Adam Lallana – 5

He brought poise to the Brighton midfielder and helped keep the ball well.

Solly March – N/A

He came on for the final ten minutes but had little impact.

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first division table

# Team parliamentary D P
one manchester city 31 52 74
two Liverpool F.C. 31 57 73
3 chelsea football club 30 41 62
4 Tottenham Hotspur 31 19 57
5 FC Arsenal 30 9 54
6 West Ham United 32 9 51
7 manchester united 31 7 51
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 32 5 49
9 city ​​of leicester 29 -3 40
10 crystal Palace 31 3 37
eleven Brighton and Hove Albion 31 -9 37
12 Aston-Villa 31 -4 36
13 Brentford FC 32 -9 36
14 Southampton F.C. 31 -fifteen 36
fifteen Newcastle United 31 -twenty 3. 4
sixteen Leeds United 32 -30 33
17 Everton F.C. 30 -19 28
18 Burnley F.C. 30 -19 24
19 Watford F.C. 31 -31 22
twenty norwich city 31 -43 twenty-one
Player Team Goals
Salah, Muhammad Liverpool F.C. twenty
Son, Heungmin Tottenham Hotspur 17
Jota, Diogo Liverpool F.C. fifteen
Mane, Sadio Liverpool F.C. 13
Kane, Harry Tottenham Hotspur 12
Tony, Ivan Brentford FC 12
Ronaldo, Christian manchester united 12
DeBruyne, Kevin manchester city eleven
Zaha, Wilfried crystal Palace eleven
mount, mason chelsea football club 10
Mahrez, Riyadh manchester city 10
Sterling, Raheem manchester city 10
raphinha Leeds United 10
Vardy, Jamie city ​​of leicester 10
Bowen, Jarrod West Ham United 9
Fernandez, Bruno manchester united 9
Dennis, Emmanuel Watford F.C. 9
So Bukayo FC Arsenal 9
Pukki, Teemu norwich city 9
Smith-Rowe, Emile FC Arsenal 9

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