FANS were overjoyed as Albion won their first Premier League game against Manchester United at Old Trafford.
There were concerns ahead of Sunday’s game – the Seagulls had never beaten the team away from home.
But the nervousness vanished after Pascal Gross scored two goals within ten minutes of the first half.
United tried to force their way into the game with an own goal in the 67th minute that gave them a chance to hit back, but the team only managed to create half-chances as Ronaldo and Lisandro Martinez saved shots while Erik ten Hag launched his new one Role as manager at a loss.
The result moves Albion sixth in the Premier League table and marks the fourth of four seasons under Graham Potter in which the team have won their first away game.
The game came just 93 days after the 4-0 win over United at Amex Stadium.
Brighton are currently forecast in sixth place this season, with a 17 per cent chance of qualifying and a one per cent chance of winning the season, according to a Premier League prediction by FiveThirtyEight.
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