Brighton Dashes Liverpool’s Hope Of Champions League After 3-0 Defeat in Premier League

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Liverpool’s hope of Champions League qualification next season has suffered a set back yesterday, after the club was humiliated with a 3-0 defeat at Falmer Stadium, England.

Brighton dominated the Reds and made the breakthrough at the beginning of the second half when March touched Kauro Mitoma’s cross past Alisson.

The winger scored a stunning second minutes later to give Roberto De Zerbi’s side victory, with Jurgen Klopp’s visitors failing to conjure any moments of attacking quality.

Substitute Danny Welbeck came on to net a brilliant third, gathering March’s flick before powering his shot into the back of the net.
The home side started on the front foot and zipped passes around, with Trent Alexander-Arnold clearing March’s off-target shot just over the bar. A header from Alexis Mac Allister – making his first club start since the World Cup – from the subsequent corner was held by Allison.

Liverpool were penned in for the majority of the opening 25 minutes, only booting the ball into space for attackers Mohamed Salah and Cody Gakpo to chase. Their first proper sighter fell for Gakpo, whose fiercely-struck shot was charged down.

Brighton continued to recycle possession, constantly finding routes through the middle of Liverpool’s midfield before going wide to Mitoma and March.

It was March who appeared to win for his side a penalty after going through and being brought down by Alisson, but the video assistant referee spotted his offside run in the build-up.

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