- Murray’s flick opens scoring
- 3-1 at half through Gross PK
- Lukaku, Pogba score
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Brighton and Hove Albion stunned a haphazard Manchester United 3-2 at the Amex Stadium on Sunday.
The win puts both teams at 1-1, with the Gulls getting goals from Glenn Murray, Pascal Gross, and Shane Duffy. Romelu Lukaku scored for United in the first half, before Marouane Fellaini drew a Paul Pogba-converted penalty.
Manchester United next meets Spurs at Old Trafford, while Brighton travels to Liverpool.
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Pogba played Romelu Lukaku through on goal, but the Belgian’s hard low strike zipped wide of the near post.
Duffy then settled a cross in the heart of the United box before doubling Brighton’s advantage, and it would be a big dig for United.
Lukaku made it 2-1, rewarding for a fine first half-hour with a knockdown header from Luke Shaw‘s partially blocked shot.
But a poor pass from David De Gea led to Eric Bailly‘s sliding challenge on Pascal Gross. He converted the penalty to make it 3-1.
United snapped to life with 16 minutes to play, Paul Pogba forcing Mathew Ryan into a flying parry.
But only a Fellaini-won penalty arrived deep in stoppage time, with Pogba converting his effort.
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