West Brom 1-2 Brighton: Neal Maupay fires Seagulls into FA Cup fourth round | Football News

Brighton moved into the fourth round of the FA Cup, where Neil Maupay’s extra-time shot secured a 2-1 win over 10-man West Bromwich at Hawthorne.

The tournament chasers advanced by finishing off Callum Robinson in the 47th minute before being reduced to 10 men with just over 20 minutes of normal time when Cedric Kipre secured two reservations in quick succession.

The guests took advantage of the equalizer with substitute Jakob Moder in the 81st minute, then added to Mobay eight minutes in the first half of extra time.

Beat Brighton Baggies in overtime

Brighton boss Graham Potter has made seven changes from the 3-2 Premier League win over Everton, including goalkeeper Kell Sherbin and 19-year-old defender Odell Oviah, who is the nephew of rugby league star Martin Oviah, while coach Valerian Ismail . His name is West Promichino’s side showing four modifications.

The hosts got off to a great start to the game, with Matt Phillips blasting away, before Brighton started to threaten, Pages goalkeeper David Button did well to deny Danny Welbeck in the 19th minute, and Sully Marsh saw a drift away from Kipri ​​two minutes later. .

Potter was then forced to make a change as Enock Mwepu walked out limp and was replaced by Alexis Mac Allister.

After West Brom captain Jake Livermore unleashed a hit that ran up the runway via a deflection off his counterpart Shane Duffy, Brighton had two chances just before the break, both falling to Mawbay, the Frenchman sending a twisting header at a narrow range before getting pushed out by another good save button. .

Callum Robinson gave West Brom the lead at the Hawthorns

West Brom then grabbed the lead moments after the start of the second half when Karlan Grant slashed forward, smashed the ball into Robinson and the Republic of Ireland international smashed past the Sherben.

Dan Byrne launched an attempt in the runway shortly thereafter before West Brom suddenly fell, with Kipri ​​booked for fouls in the 67th and 69th minutes on Maupay and substitute Leandro Trossard – Ismail’s men’s third red card in two games.

The dismissal of Cedric Keeper was West Brom’s third red card in two matches.

Within seconds, Duffy missed a huge opportunity to equalize, picking up the ball from close range – then Brighton equalized with two players who had come five minutes earlier together, Evan Ferguson assisted and Moder fired.

Brighton’s continued pressure pushed Ferguson’s shot into the net, referee Robert Jones dismissed the penalty appeals when modder Conor Townsend’s shot hit, and Button stopped another superb as he shoved McAllister’s shot around the post.

Jacob Moder celebrates his tie in Brighton (AP)
Brighton manager celebrates a draw (AP)

West Brom held onto extra time before breaking their resistance again early in the extra period when Moder crossed from the right and Trussard allowed the ball to run for Mubaye, who beat Button with a low shot.

Ferguson thought he added the third goal for the hosts shortly thereafter but saw his end canceled for offside.

What then?

Friday January 14 7:00 pm

Starts at 8:00 pm

West Brom visits QPR for the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday at 3pm while Brighton host Crystal Palace in the Premier League on Saturday. Friday Night Football; The match starts at 8 pm.

What is the date of the fourth round of the FA Cup?

The FA Cup fourth round draw will take place at approximately 4.50pm on Sunday 9 January following West Ham’s clash with Leeds at the London Stadium.

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