Brighton players ratings
Matt Ryan (7)– Made a great save to get across to deny Gareth Barry a great goal. He also made another couple of saves including another one to deny West Brom a second near the end of the game.
Bruno (6)– Defended well and had a busy game against Rodriguez. Unfortunately, it was cut short due to injury.
Lewis Dunk (7) – Another solid performance from the centre half he defended well and made a couple of lovely cross-field passes to Knockaert and Gross.
Shane Duffy (7)– won everything in the air and has made some good clearances and tackles, including almost keeping out West Bromwich Albion’s goal by throwing himself at the ball on the line. He gave Rondon no chance.
Markus Suttner (6)– The Austrian did well defensively and was very calm on the ball. He also got forward a few times in both halves to try and get Brighton on the front foot.
Anthony Knockaert (7) -Got at Nyom in the first half and caused him problems, he was just a real handful. In the second half he teased the defence a few times and nearly got in a couple of times after making some good runs down the flanks.
Davy Propper (7)-One of the best performances from the Dutch midfielder since he joined The Seagulls. He made a couple of nice passes and looked a lot more confident on the ball and seem to have more time to play the ball.
Dale Stephens (6) – A loose pass could have been costly, luckily didn’t. He certainly put himself about and made some good tackles and interceptions in the game.
Solly March (7)– great cross for the first goal and was very positive getting at the full back throughout the game. He also did well defensively including tracking back 50 yards to close down substitute Oliver Burke.
Pascal Gross (9)– A great performance from the German, did everything right. He constant ran and closed down throughout the game. He score two really good finishes with one long range effort and his first was even better as he fell when he shot and still scored. He also provided a great cross for Tomer Hemed’s goal.
TomerHemed (7) – A good afternoon for the Isreal striker his goal was a well timed deft header right into the bottom left corner. He also made a couple of nice runs and did well to hassle the defence.
Liam Rosenior (6) – The full-back came on and got up and down the flank and also defended well down the right side to stop substitute James Morrison causing any threat.
Glenn Murray (6)- Held up the ball well and played it off well. He also ran and tracked back to help Brighton to keep out West Brom for the win.
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