Brighton manager Graham Potter credit a moment of quality and many weeks of hard work as the reason why his side won against Norwich. Potter said that his team was disciplined and organised and Trossard’s moment of brilliance was the difference between the two sides. Potter was criticised earlier in the week he dropped likes of Neal Maupay and Aaron Mooy against Manchester United but that resulted in his main players being fresh for the match against Norwich. The win has now almost confirmed Brighton’s survival this year.
Graham Potter said “A moment of quality changed the match. At this stage of the season, where we’re at, three points is the most important.”
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