The match, which was held on Sunday between Leeds and Brighton, ended in a draw between the two contenders.
With a goal from Danny Welbeck, they started to win the visit midway through the first half, however, 91 minutes into the second half, Pascal Struic equalized for the locals.
Danny Welbeck made the field shake with his definition in the 20th minute of the first stage. After receiving a pass from Yves Bissoma, the striker placed it from a large area to the right post and down. Impossible for the goalkeeper!
Yves Bessouma was the character of the match. The Brighton and Hove midfielder made 34 correct passes and took 4 balls away.
Another important player in the match was Mateusz Klich. The Leeds United midfielder made 54 correct passes, hit 4 balls and hit the goal twice.
With a sloppy game, the match between the two teams stood out. There were many warnings: Moisés Caicedo, Júnior Firpo, Rodrigo Moreno and Liam Cooper.
Leeds manager Jesse Marsh put in place a 4-5-1 strategy with Ilan Meslier in goal; Robin Koch, Diego Llorente, William Cooper and Junior Firpo in the defense line; Calvin Phillips, Matthews Klitsch, Ravenha, Rodrigo Moreno and Jack Harrison in the middle; Joe Gilhardt is on the offensive.
For their part, those led by Graham Potter with a 3-6-1 plan with Robert Sanchez stopped under the three sticks. Yoel Feltman, Louis Dunk and Mark Cucurella in defence; Sully Marsh, Yves Bisoma, Moises Caicedo, Leandro Trossard, Pascal Gross and Alexis McAlister in the half; And Danny Welbeck up front.
Referee Mike Dean has been selected to carry out the game’s actions.
The next day he will visit Leeds Brentford and play Brighton at home against West Ham United at the American Express Community Stadium.
After the match, the local team remained with 35 points and in 17th place in the standings. While the visit includes 47 units and ranks tenth in the tournament.
Note and image source: DataFactory
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