The jury supervising the senior judges stated that the feedback area of the judges was not used as a factual decision.
Brighton defender Solly March said that his side had been the victim of the last accidental decision of the Premier League, as the penalty imposed by the VAR forced them to defeat Southampton.
The seagulls watched the field until they were fined for a last-minute offense in Southampton in March with Kyle Walker-Peters in full support.
The impulse of the saints made it move forward as players got confused and fell into the pits. Referee David Koot initially fined the visitors on the outskirts of Brighton, but although several corners of the cell seemed ambiguous, his decision was reversed – Danny Inges scored on the spot.
It’s just a sequence, I don’t think it is, Marsh. It’s just a coincidence that I think people who play football don’t give anything away, but I don’t want to say much.
A statement by Professional Game Match Officials Limited (PGMOL) indicated that the arbitration area was not used in this case because it was the actual decision.
Brighton has scored a total of 10 penalty points (five won, five missed) this season, more than any other team.
Former Blackburn and Celtic attacker Chris Sutton discussed the shameful decision live on Radio 5.
However, Chaika boss Graham Potter alluded to the incident in his post-match remarks, and Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttle said that the equal officials had made a relatively clear decision.
Brighton made an impression in the early stages of the entertainment match and rightly took the lead when Pascal Gross converted the handball penalty for Saints captain James Ward-Prowse.
Ward-Prowse paid you back with a precise transfer from the corner where Yannick Westergaard placed a powerful title in the top left corner.
Inges, who returned a month later with a knee injury and as a part-time replacement, completed Southampton’s return and placed her fifth in the standings. Brighton remains the 16th.
Ings helps saints complete
Although Hasenhattl is a talented pianist who would have performed outside for his musicians, he will be disappointed when he sees the music skip from the very first hour.
The very professional saints seen from Brighton coughed cheaply several times at the edge of his own penalty area.
And when they tried to play from behind, there was a clear lack of rhythm in their play.
When Danish defender Westergaard leveled up, he did so with Southampton’s first goal of the match.
But the break with Igs for Moussa Genepo delighted the guests and brought glamour to their offensive game.
The skill of the English attacker brilliantly unleashed Stuart Armstrong as Theo Wolcott approached from 20 metres with a curly attacking force.
His ability to juggle the ball and think fast also gave Nathan Redmond’s teammates a big chance and he managed to make a 12-yard spin, keeping his head cool after a long delay.
The little lead is lost to Brighton, Graham Potter.
One of Brighton’s biggest criticisms is that the city is not reaping the benefits of the unstable football it deserves, especially in the attack.
Before the game, only Sheffield United, Burnley and Manchester United, who finished sixth, scored fewer goals at home than the seagulls this year.
And this fact, along with another failure – their weakness in protecting the landscape – meant their windless start in their own place.
Danny Welbeck, Lewis Dunk and Gross all had a good chance to lead Team Potter to a healthy leadership break.
Instead, they leveled themselves after releasing the highest player on the field to connect to the corner of Ward Prowse.
Only Lester (seven) has missed more goals (excluding penalties) in the Premier League this season than Brighton (six).
And while Aaron Connolly saw his melee efforts saved by 1-1, the way they were defeated seems to add the element of misfortune to their own flaws.
What they said did not seem so clear and obvious.
Brighton boss Graham Potter talks to Sport about a late penalty decision: I think the first task is probably outside the box, and if there was another task in the box, that’s what they’re trying to solve.
It didn’t seem so obvious and obvious. If that’s what they think, we have to accept it.
The point is, it would be unusual. Things surprise you.
Southampton didn’t play the best game, Hassenhattle…
Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhattle is talking to the sports department: With the ball, I didn’t think we’d play a better game. The field was slippery, all players had problems. Then it’s a big risk if you try to build, to make passages on the ground.
The audience was there too, a bit for the players, but more stress. After all, it was Danny Inges’ brilliant penalty kick. A victory like last season, I don’t think we had many. It’s good to see you.
I didn’t see the first punishment. For the second we have a VAR, especially when it comes to the decision whether or not to participate. I think the inside of the box was clean. It’s not very nice to get a sanction against you, but the decision I saw was pretty clear.
We’re in good shape now, we’re going into a very busy season and we need all the players.
Southampton End of Monday Night Blues
- Brighton has played ten games in the Premier League without a home win (D4 L6), the longest return without a home win since the 12th of the fourth season, which ended in February 1998.
- On Monday, Southampton won the Premier League (D7 L7) match for the first time in 15 attempts.
- Only Chelsea (8 ) has scored more Premier League goals (excluding pins) this season than Southampton (7 ).
- Pascal Gross was directly involved in 31 Premier League goals for Brighton, more than any other active player (14 goals, 17 assists).
- Southampton defender Yannick Westergaard has scored three goals in his last seven Premier League appearances, admitting only one goal in his previous 45 minutes.
- James Ward Prouss celebrated his 25th birthday. The Premier League Assistants registered in Southampton with only three players (Le Tissier 63, Tadic 27, Dodd 26).
- Danny Inges is the first Southampton player to make four consecutive Premier League appearances since Ricky Lambert appeared in January 2013.
- Solly March celebrated his performance in the 100th Premier League in Brighton and was only the fifth player to reach this milestone for the club (also Ryan, Dunk, Gross and Propper).
What happens then?
Sunday the 13th. December (19:15 GMT), Brighton travel to Leicester for the next Premier League game.
Hosts Southampton takes on Sheffield United in another Premier League game on the same day (12:00 GMT).
The actors of the game
Westergaard Yannick Westergaard
Brighton and Hove Albion
- Team number 8 playersTeam name
- Team number2Lamptey Name of the player
- Team number13Player name
- Team number1 Player name Ryan
- Team number3 Player nameWhite
- Team number18 Player nameWelbeck
- Name of the player of team number 5Dunk
- Team number34 Player nameFeltman
- Team number7 Player nameConnolly
- Team number20 NamePlayer
- Team number 4 Name of the player
- Team number16 Player name Jahanbahsh
- Team number9 Player nameMatsurau
- Team number11 Name of playerTrossard
- 5DunkBookable at 56 min.
- 3WhiteSubstituted by Jahanbahshat 81’minutes
- 8BissoumaReserved for 89mins
- 20. Mars
- 13GrossBoxing in 80 mines
- 7ConnollySwap for 64′ minutes.
- 18VelbekReplacement by Trossardat 82 minutes.
- 16 Jahanbahsh
- 30 Bernardo
- 1McCarthyBooked at 87Min.
- 2 Peters strollers
- 35Bed rack
- 17Strong in weapons
- 6RomeuReserved at 47min
- 12GenepoW will be replaced by 45 minutes at 13min.
- 32WalcottSubstitution of Redmondat 69′ minutes
- 10 Adams
- 5 Stefeni
- Final matches, Brighton and Hove Albion 1, Southampton 2.
- The other half ends in Brighton and Hove Albion 1, Southampton 2.
- Attempted rescue. The head of Leandro Trossard (Brighton and Hove Albion) is held from the centre of the area at the top of the goal. Supported by Solly Marsh with a cross.
- Yves Bissuma (Brighton and Hove Albion) was booked by the referee.
- James Ward-Prowse (Southampton) swings in a free kick from midfield.
- Yves Bissuma (Brighton and Hove Albion) is punished after committing an offence.
- Oriol Roma (Southampton) wins a free kick in the defensive half.
- Leandro Trossar (Brighton and Hove Albion) will be punished after committing an offence.
- Alex McCarthy (Southampton) has been booked by the referee.
- Che Adams (Southampton) wins a penalty kick in the defensive half.
- Joel Weltman (Brighton and Hove Albion) is punished after committing an offence.
- Foul Stuart Armstrong, Southampton.
- Solly March (Brighton and Hove Albion) wins the penalty in the defending half.
- Corner, Brighton and Hove Albion. Yannick Westergaard concession.
- I missed a shot. Neil Mopai (Brighton and Hove Albion) hardly shot from the centre of the penalty area, but missed from the left side. With the support of Pascal Gross.
- I missed a shot. Alireza Jahanbahsh (Brighton and Hove Albion) is missing on the right side of the middle of the pitlane. With the support of Leandro Trossar.
- Relief, Brighton and Hove Albion. Leandro Trossard replaces Danny Welbeck.
- Relief, Brighton and Hove Albion. Alireza Jahanbahsh is replacing Ben White.
- Aim! Brighton and Hove Albion 1, Southampton 2. Danny Inges (Southampton) converts a penalty shot with a right leg into a left bottom corner.
- Pascal Gross (Brighton and Hove Albion) was booked by the referee.
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