Brighton and Holve Albion produced one of the best performances of the season to humiliate Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday during Week Five of the 2023/24 English Premier League.
Ghana international Tariq Lamptey provided two assists to help his team destroy the home team.
See how the Black Stars player was rated by 90min.com below :
Brighton player ratings (4-2-3-1)
GK: Jason Steele – 6/10 – Made an important save from Rashford early on and showed neat feet while playing out from the back.
RB: Joel Veltman – 7/10 – A couple of crunching tackles and was rarely beaten out wide.
CB: Jan Paul van Hecke – 6/10 – Looked particularly anxious when one-on-one with Rashford.
CB: Lewis Dunk – 7/10 – Some trademark moments of composure in the box.
LB: Tariq Lamptey – 8/10 – Booked early on for a late challenge on Dalot. Picked out Gross and Pedro for two assists on his return to the starting XI.
CM: Pascal Gross – 8/10 – Started the move with a sweet diagonal pass before collecting Lamptey’s cross to grab another goal against United.
CM: Mahmoud Dahoud – 7/10 – Composed performance alongside Gross in midfield, even if he was dribbled past a few times
RW: Simon Adingra – 8/10 – Grabbed an assist on his first Premier League start and was an electric presence out wide.
AM: Adam Lallana – 7/10 – Buzzed around and linked play neatly, helping Brighton’s midfield out-think United’s.
LW: Kaoru Mitoma – 7/10 – Enjoyed his battle with Dalot and looked more dangerous late on. Surprisingly not overly involved in any of the three Brighton goals.
ST: Danny Welbeck 7/10 – Given a free run to connect with Adingra’s cross for the opener.
Ansu Fati (64′ for Lallana) – 6/10 – Brought a decent save from Onana after coming on for his debut.
Joao Pedro (64′ for Welbeck) – 7/10 – Given plenty of space but netted Brighton’s third to take the game away from United.
Billy Gilmour (77′ for Dahoud) – 6/10
James Milner (77′ for Lamptey) – 6/10
Evan Ferguson (85′ for Adingra) – N/A
Subs not used: Carlos Baleba, Adam Webster, Igor, Bart Verbruggen (GK)
Roberto De Zerbi – 9/10 – Slow start was more than compensated for with a brilliant performance after escaping that early pressure. De Zerbi had the likes of Ferguson and Fati to call on from the bench, maintaining Brighton’s attacking threat even as the clock ticked towards full time.
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