Southampton vs Brighton: Neal Maupay scored in the 8th minute of stoppage time to help Brighton escape St. Mary’s with
a point. Armando Broja opened the scoring just before the half-hour mark in the first half as the
The Saints seemed destined for a win. However, with Graham Potter bringing on attacking players in
the second half, the seagull managed to escape with a point.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings of the Southampton vs Brighton game.
Southampton vs Brighton Player Ratings
Alex Mccarthy (5/10): A solid game for the Southampton custodian although he didn’t manage to keep a clean sheet.
Tino Livramento (6/10): The former Chelsea man was a threat in attack at times, but overall had a quiet game.
Mohamed Salisu (5.6/10): Another solid display from the Saints defender despite getting booked.
Lyanco (6/10): The Brazilian impressed in the first half but couldn’t help his side hold on in the second.
Kyle Walker-Peters (6.5): The former Tottenham man played well through the game and assisted in the attack.
Nathan Redmond (7/10): Redmond provided the assist for Armando Broja in the first half and was a threat right through.
James Ward-Prowse (7/10): Among the best players on the pitch for the home side.
Oriol Romeu (5.5/10): The former Barcelona midfielder managed to link play between defense and attack well.
Nathan Tella (6/10): The youngster impressed quite a bit before an injury meant that he needed to be replaced in the
Check Adams (5/10): The goal drought for the Southampton forward continued against the seagulls.
Armando Broja (8/10): Visibly the best player on the pitch. He scored a fantastic goal in a rare start ahead of Adam
Adam Armstrong: N/A
Mohamed Elyounoussi: N/A
Robert Sanchez (7/10): The Spanish international had a decent game, but his concentration was wanting at certain
periods of the game.
Shane Duffy (6/10): A solid performance from the Seagulls skipper.
Joel Veltman (7/10): The former Dutch international came close to scoring while being solid in defense.
Marc Cucurella (5/10): Rare bad fame for the Spaniard as he found himself being nutmegged several times by Nathan
Pascal Gross (6/10): A solid performance in the heart of midfield by Gross.
Yuves Bissouma (6.50): The Malian put in yet another fantastic performance in midfield.
Enoch Mwepu (6/10): Mwepu made a few important runs into the box but did not have the influence on the game he
would have liked.
Tariq Lamptey (5.5/10): The former Leicester winger came good in short spurts but had a quiet game overall. He was
brought off early in the second half.
Neal Maupay (8/10): Yet another strong performance from the Brighton forward. He scored the equalizer in the final
moments of the game.
Leandro Trossard (7/10): The Belgian came good as the second striker and caused consistent problems for the
Aaron Conolly (5/10): He could not influence the game much in the time he got.
Sollly March – N/A
Jakub Moder – N/A