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Danny Welbeck reveals why Brighton are ‘still disappointed’ despite Tottenham win

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Brighton Hove and Albion striker Danny Welbeck seemed disappointed despite winning against Tottenham Hotspur

Speaking to Amazon Prime Video (h/t BBC), Brighton Hove and Albion’s striker Danny Welbeck said that he was disappointed despite winning a much important game against Tottenham Hotspur.

Welbeck said:

“Even today we won 4-2 but we’re still disappointed for conceding two goals. There is always room for improvement.”

This team saw a couple of alterations from Ange Postecoglou, as Oliver Skipp was unable to play due to a minor injury. However, it is anticipated that Skipp will make a return for the upcoming New Year’s Eve fixture against Bournemouth.

Postecoglou faced a significant challenge with nine key players unavailable for the trip to the Amex Stadium, resulting in a bench predominantly comprised of young talents.

Nevertheless, Brighton managed to score within just 12 minutes against Spurs’ makeshift defence. Joao Pedro effortlessly glided past multiple defenders on the edge of the Spurs box before delivering a precise pass to Jack Hinshelwood, who unleashed a thunderous strike into the net.

Unfortunately, Brighton extended their lead when the referee, Jarred Gillett, was prompted to review the incident on the pitch-side monitor. Dejan Kulusevski forcefully pulled Danny Welbeck’s shirt, impeding his shot. Joao Pedro confidently converted the penalty to secure the goal.

It seemed like Brighton made it too easy for Spurs when they conceded a goal after Kulusevski intercepted a pass. Son passed the ball and substitute Alejo Veliz finished it off. However, Spurs weren’t done yet. Porro’s cross was met by Ben Davies, who headed it in from close range.

The conclusion was quite nerve-wracking. Spurs continued their relentless attack, with Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg narrowly missing a goal as his shot hit the post, and Porro’s powerful follow-up attempt being expertly blocked by Estupinan. There was a goal, and what could happen next is anyone’s guess. Brighton clearly earned the points.

Ange Postecoglou's side lost the game against Brighton
Ange Postecoglou’s side lost the game against Brighton

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Securing victory in this match was absolutely crucial, as Tottenham Hotspur had their sights set on claiming the Premier League title. Nevertheless, there is still ample opportunity for growth and the upcoming transfer window will play a crucial role in acquiring dependable players, especially considering the number of injuries we currently have. In our assessment, there is still a strong possibility for Spurs to emerge victorious in the upcoming fixtures.

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