that could finish Newcastle Welbeck holds his position to the left, looks at Manquillo and cuts in and strokes a shot into the far corner from about 25 yards.Very similar to Trossard’s opener Great Finish Brighton pays a portion of his xG deficit back with two goals from outside the penalty area!

Newcastle hit the post! Ryan Fraser, with a cracking effort, opened his body in the left channel and rolled one with his right instep after Thierry Henry-Art Sanchez was hit, but the ball flew over the far post

Welbeck just got lost on the sidelines when there was space behind Newcastle’s defense Moder was impressive for Brighton at left-back A problem position for them since Solly March’s injury but he has seen a threat all night

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Trossard’s moment of brilliance is the difference It looked like one of those evenings for Brighton but they were the better Newcastle team so, so limited and shattered by the loss of Hayden to a serious injury

Nice punch from Trossard The Belgian, who had a long pass behind him for the Trossard run, knocked him out of the sky with a perfect first touch before ducking on his right foot and firing a shot from out of range into the Farthest corner rolled Wonderful finish and a blow for Newcastle

They put Hayden’s leg in braces. The TV has now shown a rerun and it was a completely harmless incident. Bissouma fell into him, but his left leg was planted in the lawn and it kinks a Lazy Luck

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Isaac Hayden looks a little concerned here – he’s holding his knee down after a collision with Bissouma The TV has yet to show one rerun which means it must be pretty bad.It’s his left knee, which is definitely the end of his evening , Hendrick is ready to replace him

Newcastle survives an almighty horror on the other end – Trossard plays a one-two with Gross and pulls the ball back on the six-yard line to Maupay, but his shot was straight at Clark

Big attack by Bissouma to thwart Joelinton, who made a rare move down Newcastle’s left side. Newcastle however took the first corner of the night and sent the defenders up

In the second phase of the corner, Shelvey finds Hayden by the back post, but he went far when he was supposed to cross it

Good counterpress from Brighton and Maupay to hold Newcastle in place but Shelvey comes back into the box to defend himself. Lallana tries to throw the ball in Trossard’s path but it doesn’t quite get out

Welbeck storms in the back of Lascelles and after a good job from Brighton concedes a foul at the bottom right Newcastle has offered Sweet Fanny Adams as an attacking force tonight Treat football like a hand grenade

Lallana tires to send Maupay through cleanly but the striker just couldn’t get the necessary separation from his markers Welbeck finds some space in the area but his cross was diverted from Shelvey into the hands of Dubravka

Maupay tries to pull the ball back to Lallana but Hayden reads the game well and intercepts Another Brighton attack leads nowhere

Heavy touches will let Willock down if there was space to carry the ball in. Brighton still sees most of the ball and Trossard sees a shot that is blocked after a finer teamwork

The ball seems to be in the middle of the action again and seems to be following it This time it is penalized for a high shoe on Manquillo Lots of screams and complaints from the field but no further action required

Sanchez, who was called up to the Spanish squad this week, leaves his line for a Newcastle pass, the game is in a bit of a lull right now Brighton needs to make sure the pace and rhythm stay in the game

Brighton’s players change positions very impressively in the final third, Newcastle have real problems finding them All a little too easy from the home team at the moment but they haven’t scored

Almiron in a promising counterattack situation but his pass towards Joelinton was inaccurate. Then Shelvey hits the Brazilian in the chest with a good long pass, but Veltman defended well and relieved him

Lallana gives Moder a nice pass, but Newcastle has just come back to deny him a shot

Bissouma shoots at the target from 25 meters, but there is not enough power behind it. Maupay often turns into the right channel in the initial phase. Definitely a tactic from Potter’s team

Shelvey lunges at a scatter pass in midfield and drives forward, but Bissouma sprints back to take the ball from him with an excellent gliding device. Brighton then constructs another good attack, but Moder’s cross is aimless

Good intervention from Clark to cut Gross’ low cross at the expense of a corner Dubravka spilled the ball and Maupay put the ball in the net, but the striker was rightly punished for a foul on the goalkeeper

So far all Brighton who, as always, look very comfortable on the ball Newcastle has not lined up two passes The game is already in a very fixed pattern

Joe Willock foul halfway and Brighton settle in another phase of possession It looks like Newcastle are going to line up with Almiron in the middle and Joelinton on the right

Great opportunity for Brighton! It was moderate again. The debutant encountered a gaping avenue in the heart of Newcastle’s defense and his first shot fell straight at Dubravka. Worrying start with the visitors

A sloppy pass from Bissouma in midfield but Brighton wins straight back and attacks in the lower right Maupay’s cross finds its way to an unmarked Moder at the back post, who shot his shot over the crossbar

Steve Bruce has a huge 90 minutes left Brighton can be six points ahead of the relegation zone with a win

I expect Brighton to dominate possession and territory tonight but they have to be efficient in the penalty area.They attacked Crystal Palace with such ferocity a few weeks ago at the Amex but failed to score the goals they came up with for Neal Maupay and Danny Welbeck are leading the line tonight

Steve Bruce doesn’t have many decisions to make with Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin, but Miguel Almiron is back on the side. It looks like a team is set to take on Almiron, Ryan Fraser and Joe Willock during the break to play

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In his own words, Graham Potter is not naive enough to believe that the entire Brighton fan base fully supports his approach to the south coast but you get a decent idea of ​​these things, even with no fans in the stadium, and the point inside and outside the club is that the community has confidence in the long-term project

??????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ?????????????????????????????????????????????????? ???????????????? says Potter. But judging by the small number of people I meet on the street and who I meet, they are very, very supportiveâ ????

It has become a cliché to say “trust the process” But it applies to Brighton better than any other team in the league.The long-term strategy is the source of hope and the reason for fans to believe in the project run by Potter, owner Tony Bloom, general manager Paul Barber and technical director Dan Ashworth is headed The results were not what Brighton wanted or expected, but the overall development and philosophy of the club? This is something to buy into

That brings us to Newcastle United, Brighton’s opponents, on Saturday. When Brighton’s mantra is “Trust the process”? then, in the eyes of many Newcastle supporters, theirs could be, “What’s the trial?”
Both sides were promoted jointly in 2017 but have gone significantly different paths since then. Newcastle has a despicable owner, an unpopular manager and the feeling that the club is just trying to survive each week instead of looking further down / p>

All of this is quite a contrast to Brighton’s approach to the south coast and yet the table shows that the difference between the two sides is only one point Newcastle will overtake Brighton with a win on Saturday and climb towards safety while Brighton Keep getting in trouble Brighton has the plan and the progressive philosophy but they don’t have many points to show The project is there but will it actually work?

“When you are in my position, you need to understand that results are always the most important thing,” says Potter. But I also think you need to try to understand how you will get your results in the short, medium and long term. p>

â ???? How can you grow and develop the club? There is no right or error in this. Some clubs borrow six or seven players, or bring players out of the academy, or pay high transfer fees. Everyone has their own things to do

â ???? For us this is our path and this is the path we are on Then you have to try to make it work and here is the challenge you are trying to get it to work in the toughest league in world football and it there is no style that can guarantee you anything There is only how good you are, how committed you are and how much you want to stick together and fight for itâ ????

It is generally accepted that Brighton are a better side than their position in the league suggests, though such a statement may upset those who insist the table doesn’t lie to forward-looking clubs, the analysis and data Better Handle, have long said the leaderboard actually lies, although that argument will be harder to make if Brighton relegates

Compared to Steve Bruce, Brighton enjoy more possession, pass more passes, shoot more often, concede fewer shots and allow fewer goals, but their goal of 29 this season is just one more than Newcastle Potter’s side have 29 goals and 29 points while Newcastle has 28 goals and 28 points

The fact that it feels so different to the two fans may speak for the broader changes in football. The gap between the biggest teams and the other shows no sign of closing, and the average number of points scored in the The last three years needed to win the league was 99

Brighton and Newcastle fans cannot realistically dream of challenging at the top of the table So what is there to achieve? It’s increasingly about the journey rather than the destination and the feeling that the club is building something to believe in Brighton and Newcastle are so close to the table, but they are so far apart when it comes to the ‘process “goes

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