Robert Sánchez saves a point against Newcastle

The Spanish Robert Sánchez saved a point for Brighton & Hove Albion, although it cost him an expulsion in the last minutes in the game against Newcastle, but that He avoided a goal sung for the ‘Urracas’ (1-1) that would have meant defeat for his team. The Spanish goal knocked down Callum Wilson when he was facing only the empty goal. The Brighton goalkeeper saw the red card, who had to finish the last minutes with Lewis Dunk, the center, in goal.

Earlier, Brighton had taken a penalty review by VAR in the first half, transformed by Leo Trossard. Newcastle, still winless this season, drew through Isaac Hayden, but could not finish the task and, with the point achieved, manages to avoid finishing the day at the bottom.

Newcastle Crest / Flag

Eddie Howe, who will be announced shortly as Newcastle manager, was present in the stands. Newcastle have five points in eleven days and are five from salvation, tied with bottom row, Norwich City, who won their first game this Saturday. Brighton remains up and is sixth, with 17 points, the same as Manchester United and Arsenal.

The Crystal Palace, 2 points from Europe

In the other matches of the day, Norwich provisionally left last place by beating Brentford (14th) 2-1, while Crystal Palace (9th) defeated Wolverhampton (8th) 2-0, the second consecutive victory for Patrick Vieira’s boys after beating City in Manchester last week.

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