Brighton 4-0 Manchester United LIVE! Trossard goal - Premier League result, match stream and latest updates today

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Brighton vs Manchester United - LIVE!

Manchester United must want this season to end now.

Make that five straight away losses for United in the English Premier League after a chastening 4-0 thrashing by Brighton on Saturday.

With just one game left this season — at Crystal Palace in two weeks — United has little to play for in a fifth straight season without a trophy.

If Erik ten Hag needed a reminder of the mess he is inheriting when the current Ajax coach takes over at Old Trafford in the offseason, it was this embarrassing performance at Amex Stadium.

Moises Caicedo and Marc Cucurella scored their first goals in English soccer — Cucurella was reduced to tears after slamming home his shot in the 49th — before strikes by Pascal Gross and Leandro Trossard by the hour mark.

In United’s previous four away games in the league, it lost at Arsenal 3-1, at Liverpool 4-0, at Everton 1-0 and at Manchester City 4-1.

United is in sixth place, five points behind fourth-placed Arsenal, and cannot finish in the Champions League qualification spots.

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Brighton vs Man United latest news

  • GOAL! Trossard makes it four!

  • GOAL! Gross scores a third

  • GOAL! Cucurella grabs a second

  • GOAL! Caicedo puts Brighton ahead!

  • Kick-off time: 5.30pm BST, Amex Stadium

  • How to watch: Sky Sports

  • Confirmed Brighton lineup

  • Confirmed Manchester United lineup

Brighton & Hove Albion FC 4 - 0 Manchester United FC

Ralf Rangnick to Sky Sports

19:50 , Jonathan Gorrie

“It was a terrible performance. From the first until the last minute it was not enough; we can only apologise for this performance and a humiliating defeat. [Monday’s win over Brentford] was a different game, we just gave too much time and space. We were never in a position where we could stop them playing through our lines, We told the players be as compact as they could but we couldn’t stop it.

“I don’t think they ignored the gameplan but we weren’t able to stop them. We gave them too much space and if you do that against a technically good team like Brighton, you will get punished.”

Lewis Dunk to Sky Sports

19:41 , Jonathan Gorrie

“It is a special day. [Man Utd] are a top side and we’ve let our home fans down this season, so it was a nice moment. Away from home, our form has been excellent, home form not so good. It has held us back in the league. They’ve had to watch some not so good performances but you can hear they enjoyed that one.

“We waited for it to come together; there were a few moments when I was still shouting. I’m happy, but never too happy. We’ll have a nice evening.”

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19:27 , Jonathan Gorrie

FT: Brighton 4-0 Man United

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A record attendance at the Amex

19:19 , Jonathan Gorrie

31, 637 inside the Amex today and not many in there will want this game to end!


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85:00 - Almost the best of the lot!

All of United’s defenders are backng off Welbeck, allowing him a shot from around 25-yards, although his shot spins just wide.

How many more can Brighton get?

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79:00 - Brighton have stepped off a bit of late, although have looked dangerous pretty much every time they have attacked all game.

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71:00 - Another comedy of erros as Maguire’s shot across goal looks like creeping in, only for Cavani to tap it. The striker, however, is offside.

A United change

19:00 , Jonathan Gorrie


18:54 , Jonathan Gorrie

64:00 - SO close to a fifth!

Brighton playing one-twos around the United defence, with Trossard hitting the post.

GOAL! Brighton 4-0 Manchester United ‘59

18:48 , Jonathan Gorrie

59:00 - United are falling apart!

Trossard claiming it after a cross from Welbeck is cleared off the line by Dalot, only to hit the Brighton man.

GOAL! Brighton 3-0 Manchester United | Pascal Gross ‘57

18:46 , Jonathan Gorrie

57:00 - Brighton in dreamland!

Gross allowed to ghost into the box under absolutely no pressure before beating De Gea from close range.

GOAL! Brighton 2-0 Manchester United | Marc Cucurella ‘48

18:38 , Jonathan Gorrie

48:00 - Brilliant finish from just inside the box after good play from Mac Allister and Trossard.

Double Man United change

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Back underway!

18:35 , Jonathan Gorrie

The second-half begins, with Brighton once again on the front foot.

Bleak stuff from United

18:32 , Jonathan Gorrie

Some half-time reading

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HT: Brighton 1-0 Manchester Untied

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Caicedo’s goal the only one so far but Brighton have absolutely dominated Man United.

Playing them off of the park.


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42:00 - Varane’s first touch lets him down and allows Welbeck a shot, although he chips over.


18:12 , Jonathan Gorrie

41:00 - From the resulting delivery, Dunk’s header hits McTominay and Brighton want a penalty.

Nothing given.

Frustration creeping in

18:12 , Jonathan Gorrie

40:00 - Matic and McTominay giving careless fouls away on the edge of the box.

All Brighton at the moment

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31:00 - Cucurella’s shot is blocked and that came after a good spell for the home side, who will not give United a second on the ball.

Caicedo everywhere

17:57 , Jonathan Gorrie

26:00 - Little to report about on the attacking front for United but Caicedo has cleared a McTominay header away.

Really poor from United

17:49 , Jonathan Gorrie

17:00- They just have not got going all game.

GOAL! Brighton 1-0 Manchester United | Moises Caicedo ‘14

17:47 , Jonathan Gorrie

14:00 - HUGE moment for the midfielder!

A crisp drive from around 25 yards out beats De Gea into the corner.

First sign of United getting forward

17:42 , Jonathan Gorrie

10:00 - Telles cross is dealt with easily but the first sign of United pushing forward we’ve seen all game.

United yet to get going

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06:00 - A lot of the attacking play we saw against Brentford is yet to return....

Early corner for Brighton

17:34 , Jonathan Gorrie

03:00 - Typically bustling start from the home side.


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We’re underway!

The warm ups begin!

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The Man United players arriving

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Like a fine wine...

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Ralf Rangnick on team selection

16:47 , Jonathan Gorrie

“No reason to change anything, I know Harry [Maguire] would have wanted to play but we had other games where Harry played and Raphaël [Varane] or Victor [Lindelöf] didn’t. This is part of the game, we have a couple of good central defenders.”


The view from Brighton

16:39 , Jonathan Gorrie

Confirmed Manchester United lineup

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Confirmed Brighton lineup

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Ralf Rangnick: Man United need to sign two more strikers

16:27 , Jonathan Gorrie

Ralf Rangnick wants Manchester United to sign more versatile strikers to rebuild their frontline.

Cristiano Ronaldo has led the line this season with middling displays from the likes of Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Edinson Cavani around him.

Rangnick will take up his consultancy role in the summer with the aim of signing at least two “modern” strikers who can play out wide or as a false nine.

“It’s obvious the club needs at least two new strikers who give this team more quality and more options,” Rangnick said. “I wouldn’t even call it wingers.

“Two strikers and modern strikers, that do not necessarily have to be wingers. If you look into international football, there aren’t many top teams who still play with two strikers. Most play with either three strikers or a false nine.”

 (Manchester United via Getty Images)
(Manchester United via Getty Images)

Erik Ten Hag: Manchester United will not be raiding Ajax

16:19 , Jonathan Gorrie

Erik Ten Hag has denied reports he could be set to raid Ajax this summer when he takes over at Manchester United.

The Dutchman will move to Old Trafford at the end of the season, on the back of interim manager Ralf Rangnick repeatedly calling for an extensive rebuild.

Rangnick will continue on a consultancy basis even despite his appointment as Austria manager and has spoken of the need to bring in top quality signings.

You can read Ten Hag’s full comments here.

 (AFP via Getty Images)
(AFP via Getty Images)

Dimitar Berbatov gives his verdict on the Paul Pogba rumours

16:11 , Jonathan Gorrie

I have read the latest rumours about Paul Pogba, his contract is expiring in the summer and he is free to contact and speak to whoever. He should have done better at United, most of the time he had some injuries, his talent is immense but it didn’t quite work out. He had more downs than up at United, which is a pity because he is a great, great talent.

A United player going to City has happened before, like my former teammate Carlos Tevez, and it will be no surprise if it happens again. We will have to wait and see if Pogba makes the switch across town, but that temptation of working with Guardiola will be big for players and that will be a big factor if he is thinking about a move like this. Also, playing with a different team with new challenges will appeal to him.

If he does go to City it will be a big challenge for him, staying in Manchester but playing for a rival, that can bring some heat, jealousy and all these kinds of feelings.

In the last games and the last few months, not everybody has been happy with Pogba playing for United and some of the fans have been voicing their opinions, so maybe so fans won’t be disappointed to see him leave.

Fernandinho is set to leave City and they are looking for someone to replace him, Guardiola is there, they have great players in the team and playing for City means a great chance of winning the Premier League.

The most important thing in this situation is what Ten Hag thinks, maybe Pogba has already spoken to him. It won’t be a major surprise to see him going to City, it’s happened in the past and I’m sure it will happen again.

Berbatov was speaking to Betfair.


Could Paul Pobga REALLY join Manchester City?

16:04 , Jonathan Gorrie

Manchester City have been offered the chance to sign Manchester United star Paul Pogba in a sensational deal this summer, according to reports.

The French midfielder is out of contract at Old Trafford at the end of the season, when it is widely expected he will depart the club for the second time with no agreement reached over a lucrative extension.

Pogba has been linked with returning to his native France with Paris Saint-Germain after his United deal expires, while he has also been mentioned in connection with the likes of Real Madrid and former club Juventus.

 (Manchester United via Getty Imag)
(Manchester United via Getty Imag)


15:56 , Jonathan Gorrie

The Seagulls have proven an incredibly tough nut to crack this season and United can expect a difficult game unless they can kick into some more serious form of their own.

1-1 draw.

 (AFP via Getty Images)
(AFP via Getty Images)

Man United team news: Rashford ruled out

15:47 , Jonathan Gorrie

Ralf Rangnick has ruled Jadon Sancho out of the clash as he continues to suffer with tonsillitis while Marcus Rashford is also out through bronchitis.

Eric Bailly (back) joins Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw as United’s confirmed absentees but Harry Maguire is back from a knee issue, along with Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

 (Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

Brighton team news: Enock Mwepu out

15:39 , Jonathan Gorrie

Graham Potter has confirmed Enock Mwepu will miss the game with a groin injury which could keep him out for the season. Jeremy Sarmiento (hamstring) and Jakub Moder (knee) are also out.

 (Getty Images)
(Getty Images)

Where to watch Brighton vs Man United

15:30 , Jonathan Gorrie

TV channel: Today’s game will be televised live on Sky Sports Premier League and Main Event, with coverage beginning at 5pm.

Live stream: Sky Sports subscribers will also be able to watch the match online via the Sky Go app.

Live blog: You can follow all the action via Standard Sport’s live blog.

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(Getty Images)


15:18 , Jonathan Gorrie

Good afternoon and welcome to Standard Sport’s dedicated match blog as Manchester United travel to Brighton.

Kick-off from the Amex Stadium is at 5.30pm BST.

A general view outside the Amex Stadium (Gareth Fuller/PA) (PA Archive)
A general view outside the Amex Stadium (Gareth Fuller/PA) (PA Archive)
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