World News – UK – Brighton rocks Aston Villa back on the scoresheet with Danny Welbeck


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Danny Welbeck’s first goal for Brighton set Albion on track to a first win in seven Premier League games amid a controversial ending at Villa Park.

Former Manchester United and Arsenal striker gave the visitors the lead at half time before Aston Villa equalized early in the second half through Ezri Konsa.

Solly March quickly restored Brighton’s lead with a nice curling performance and Graham Potter’s team comfortably held for a 2-1 victory in the end.

You had to work up a sweat in stoppage time when Tariq Lamptey was sent off for two bookable challenges against John McGinn and then against Jack Grealish.

Lamptey hadn’t even taken his seat on the bench before Villa received a sentence following the fall of Trezeguet in March. However, referee Michael Oliver overturned his decision after being invited to VAR’s consultation.

Villa has lost all three home games since the clear 7-2 loss to Premier League champions Liverpool in early October.

Unsurprisingly, Dean named Smith an unchanged team after winning so impressively at Arsenal ahead of the international break. However, the villa boss was forced to change his plans after just five minutes when Ross Barkley was injured.

The midfielder appeared to pinch an Achilles tendon on the free kick and was replaced by Bertrand Traore.

Smith hopes this is not a serious issue as Barkley would be a huge failure for Villa as he has impressed since arriving on loan from Chelsea.

Things got worse for the hosts when they fell behind after 12 minutes. The goal was against the course of the game, but Brighton did well. Pascal Gross and Adam Lallana together won the ball back in their own half before Welbeck cleared it with a good through pass.

Welbeck still had a lot to do. He carried the ball halfway down the field before calming his composure to calmly lift his shot over former Arsenal teammate Emiliano Martinez with a clever finish.

Villa should have equalized quickly, but Aaron Webster denied Trezeguet with a heroic shot on goal before the Egyptian shot the rebound over the bar from seven meters.

When Trezeguet hit the target in the middle of the first half, this time with an attempt from outside the box, Mathew Ryan came down well to save.

Martinez was quick to defeat Neal Maupay when he was shot in goal by Welbeck as Brighton tried to extend their lead.

Villa finished the first half strong. Ryan made an unorthodox save on his goal line to take a header from Tyrone Mings before Ben White made a block-saving block to deny Ollie Watkins.

The hosts kept their momentum after the break and were rightly balanced at the start of the second half. Traore put a brilliant ball into the box from a free kick and Konsa pushed the ball home with one outstretched foot.

The game was over and Brighton restored their advantage after 56 minutes. Gross switched the game to the left flank and got March out with a math pass. March then rolled a nice shot behind Martinez and into the far corner of the net.

The frantic pace seemed to have caught up with the players in the middle of the second half when the pace slowed down a bit. Villa was starting to look tired and unimaginative, while Brighton was also a little leggy and in no real rush to get to the square.

When she did it in 78. Did a counterattack in the minute, Maupay headed the ball with full force and tried to reach the end of a gross intersection.

Brighton comfortably protected their lead but everything threatened to go wrong in the closing stages. Lamptey was sent off in stoppage time after collecting two yellow cards in quick succession.

Villa was then awarded a penalty, although replays suggested March may have played enough of the ball. Referee Oliver believed it after looking at the pitchside monitor and reversing his original decision, much to Villa boss Smith’s anger.

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