Brighton & Hove Albion destroyed Manchester United 4-0 in the Chief League on Saturday, as Ralf Rangnick's side experienced a fifth consecutive away loss with another sad cautious showcase. Moises Caicedo got his most memorable objective in a Brighton shirt in the fifteenth moment when he exploited the ball deflecting away from Alex Telles to fold a low drive inside the post from beyond the box. Marc Cucurella made it 2-0 after the break, terminating into the top of the net from short proximity.
Pascal Gross then controlled a shot past David de Gea before Leandro Trossard added the fourth when Diogo Dalot's leeway bobbed off his mind and into the United objective. The hosts kept on tearing apart the United safeguard and heaped on the strain, yet couldn't add to their count. United endeavored to retaliate yet areas of strength for a presentation from Robert Sanchez kept them out. United have now yielded 56 objectives in the Chief League this season, their most terrible guarded record in a solitary mission in the opposition.
The outcome implies it is presently numerically unimaginable for 6th put United to fit the bill for the Bosses League, as they sit five focuses untied of fourth-put Arms stockpile with one game left to play. Brighton are 10th, five focuses off an Europa Conference League spot with two leftover matches.
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