Brighton boss Graham Potter on big decisions at Old Trafford

Graham Potter has revealed two more reasons for being proud of his team’s opening day victory.

Albion will look to build on their success at Old Trafford when they host Newcastle tomorrow.

After the 2-1 win at Manchester United, the head coach was reluctant to criticize the refereeing decisions.

But he opened up a little more yesterday when he pointed to a possible penalty incident involving Danny Welbeck and a foul on Moises Caicedo that earned Scott McTominay a yellow card instead of a red.

He said: “It’s not easy going to Old Trafford. You need the small margins to go your way and I didn’t think we had them either, to be honest.

“I was asked about the penalty afterwards, which I definitely thought was a penalty.

“I don’t like to talk about referees right after the game.

“But I think they could possibly have gone down to ten men.

“You need these things and we didn’t get them.

“But we still managed to get the result and we still managed to perform well, keep our heads if you will and stay focused on what we had to do.” Brighton boss Graham Potter on big decisions at Old Trafford

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