KAYAL: ONE GAME AT A TIME

Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder BeramKayal has highlighted the importance of taking things a game at a time ahead of run of three matches in the space of seven days for the Seagulls.

Chris Hughton’s men travel to Huddersfield Town on Saturday afternoon after which they will be hosting Crystal Palace in a crunch clash at the Amex stadium three days later and then making another trip up north to tackle Burnley at Turf Moor the weekend after.
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HUGHTON: LEEDS WERE BETTER IN FRONT OF GOAL

Brighton manager Chris Hughton has admitted that Leeds were the better team in front of goal on Saturday when they clashed.


Bighton lost 2-0, losing the chance to move past Newcastle United at the top of the Championship log.

Chris Wood grabbed a brace – making 27 goals this term – to ensure Leeds remain in the race to earn automatic qualification at the end of the season.

Hughton says that Wood’s clinical finishes, out of three shots on target for the whole team, was the difference.

“We knew the game would open up in that second half. I thought we were better second half than in the first but they had three shots on targets and so did we. It’s just they picked their moments,” he said.

He said ahead of the game, the team knew the capability of Wood in the box. He added that they had their chance through Glenn Murray and Anthony Knockaert but they just did not go in. Read More