Premier League ’18-19 – Highlights: Murray’s Late Penalty Denies Southampton
This is the last match of Premier League, Match Day 5 of 38. The highlights are appended below the points table.
Points Table – Premier League ’18-19
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Match 10 of 10: Southampton vs Brighton
Result: 2 – 2
- Southampton: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg 35′, Danny Ings 65′ (P)
- Brighton: Shane Duffy 67′, Glenn Murray 90+1′ (P)
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- Southampton have become used to torment gagging dissatisfaction on their home ground, when the frenzy so frequently holds late to leave confidence destroyed.
- Stamp Hughes’ group had driven a messy Brighton by 2 goals halfway during the match, just to dispatch an equaliser in stoppage time. Just once since last November have they guaranteed a home class win, a record which is tempering desire.
- They were trembling some time before the end as Brighton, blended out of their underlying torpidity, and flung everything at them. Alireza Jahanbakhsh and Jürgen Locadia had infused genuinely necessary vitality from the seat, with Anthony Knockaert all of a sudden spreading alarm with his each touch.
If I were a Southampton fan, I think I’d already be very tired of Mark Hughes’ constant blame-deflection and moaning. Nothing’s ever his fault, is it? We’re very lucky to have Chris Hughton at #bhafc
— Bobby Townsend (@Bobbysix) 17 September 2018
- All things considered, Alex McCarthy’s great spare from Locadia’s header in the last minute seemed to have saved the home win. At that point, from the subsequent corner, Shane Duffy was pushed to the turf and the arbitrator, Anthony Taylor, granted a spotkick. Up walked Glenn Murray to change over for the 98th time as a Brighton player.
- Hughes had never regulated a home match under floodlights, since taking up the reins at St Mary’s with the event relatively charged as a new beginning.
- The combine would help kickstart a match that had floated through the opening quarter, with Redmond rising up out of the trudge to dismiss keenly and shoot from Dale Stephens, infusing vitality into Saints all the time.
I was having a go at the attempts Southampton are making to create an atmosphere with paper clappers, you’ll not hear any arguments from me about what you are saying.
— Andrew Semple (@AndrewAndylivi) 17 September 2018
- The turmoil at the subsequent corner, the ball ricocheting around from Pierre-Emile Højbjerg’s gesture back, meant that how Brighton, already so made, had been discomforted.
- Danny Ings may have scored in the commotion just for Knockaert to hack off a jumbled goalline, with Wesley Hoedt blasting the bounce back over the bar.
Danny Ings has 3 goals in his first 5 PL games for Southampton, I’m glad he’s doing very well since asking for regular first team football we couldn’t give. Relieved that he can’t play against us, hope he stays fit and continues scoring.
— Samue (@VintageSalah) 17 September 2018
- The break of the half was still 10 minutes away when Elyounouss’ cross was gestured clear with the ball tumbling to Højbjerg 30 yards out. The Dane took a touch and, with Yves Bissouma back to stop him, cut over the ball with the sweetest of associations with tear a shot towards the far corner where it swerved past the sprawling Matt Ryan.
Brighton comes from 2 down to draw Southampton 2-2 in EPL : Glenn Murray converts a penalty in injury time for Brighton to recover from two goals down to draw with Southampton 2-2 in the English Premier League https://t.co/zRJzUOCJgV pic.twitter.com/hCXVYoLkwN
— Football Headlines (@Footheadl) 17 September 2018
- Brighton had offered beside no nibble of their own, with this undermining to be a rehash of the pallid thrashing persisted at Watford on the opening end of the week. However, once Chris Hughton had helped his charges to remember their obligation to press and disturb, there was a change in the second half.
- Solly March whipped in two risky focuses and Davy Pröpper gestured a Martin Montoya cross behind. At the point when Murray freed Knockaert, run into space, it took McCarthy’s spare to foil an equalizer however March, totally free in space to the Frenchman’s left, seemed better set to jump.
Very similar match to West Ham v Bournemouth although, we nabbed the win on that occasion. Do love a comeback and do love a bit of Southampton misery
— Jack(o) ??????? (@acdcjacko) 17 September 2018
- They would discover their range, Shane Duffy planting a descending header from Knockaert’s free-kick past McCarthy, yet that reward just served to divide the shortfall. In the event that Southampton had been shaken in midfield, at that point their pace on the counterattack remained.
- Bertrand had officially uncovered Brighton’s flank when Højbjerg discovered Ings and the striker, pacified until the point when he detected his minute, burst far from Lewis Dunk into the 18-yard box, where Bong’s tangle of legs sent him to ground.
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— MegabetUK (@MegaBetShops) 17 September 2018
- The striker’s penalty record is sketchy, however, with the England chief observing, his finish was vehement enough.
- A 3rd goal in 4 matches since joining at first on loan is a fine beginning to life far from Liverpool, and it ought to have demonstrated a champ, just for Brighton’s late rally to hook everything back.
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