Brighton & Hove Albion 3-0 Tottenham Hotspur: Aaron Connolly scores twice in win over Spurs

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By Ben Collins
BBC Sport
As they followed their League humiliation in the hands of Bayern Munich having a damaging defeat at 24, the gloomy week of tottenham continued.
Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino was anticipating a reply from his players, just for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris to present Neal Maupay a weird opener.
The Spurs captain suffered a nut harm in the procedure, by doubling Brightons lead along with Tottenhams issues were resisted by Aaron Connolly.
And though Spurs produced a positive start Connolly killed off any hope of them launch a fightback as the Irish striker produced a well-taken attack to secure Brightons very first home win since March.
Tottenham have failed to win in their last away 10 games in the Premier League, extending back on 20.
After being thrown from their Carabao Cup by League 2 Colchester A weeks home win against Southampton offered some relief to Spurs however, the pressure is now mounting together with his negative having taken 11 points this period.
After being responsible for Southamptons goal last Saturday, Lloris perpetrated another mistake as he attempted to catch some Pascal Gross cross rather than hammering it and his momentum saw him stagger back into his own goal.
The ball dropped until he crossed the goalline, allowing compatriot Maupay to go home, but hurt his arm as he had to be replaced by Paulo Gazzaniga and tried to break his fall.
And although the substitute keeper obstructed a close-range effort the child slammed in the rebound.
Connolly was released by lewis Dunk and he cut inside before shooting in the far post to secure Brighton win of this season.
It was Graham Potters first triumph at the Amex together with Tottenham place to slip from the six.
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