Trossard earns Brighton first home win of season against Tottenham

This was a priceless win for Brighton, who were better than Tottenham from the start and richly deserved to end their 14-game barren home run.

Spurs’ lack of answer to Leandro Trossard’s 17th-minute winner will pose an almighty headache for José Mourinho given he is likely to miss Harry Kane for at least another five matches. The sight of Gareth Bale departing two-thirds of the way through after an ineffective display was dispiriting for anyone who hoped Mourinho has an off-the-shelf plan B and he needs to stumble upon something given the slim pickings offered here. The truth was Brighton could easily have won by more.

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