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Brighton Makes History with Ajax Victory

Brighton achieved a historic milestone by winning their first European game, defeating the beleaguered Dutch giants Ajax with a comfortable 2-0 victory in the Europa League. The Seagulls, who had previously experienced a loss and a draw in their first two games, breathed life into their debut European campaign with goals from Joao Pedro and Ansu Fati. The victory over Ajax, a 36-time Dutch champion, was somewhat expected, as the Amsterdam side is currently without a manager and struggling with poor form. Ajax,

Fiery Scenes at end of Palace – Brighton after…

Brighton players and Crystal Palace fans goaded each other near the tunnel following a dramatic and fiery end to their Premier League draw at Selhurst Park. Seagulls striker Neal Maupay scored a 95th-minute equaliser, cancelling out Wilfried Zaha's penalty, before being involved in a heated confrontation with Zaha as the game restarted. Both sets of players then got in an argument as the final whistle went. Afterwards, Brighton players heading down the tunnel had to run a gauntlet of home supporters, with a
Chelsea back in top four, but Super League drama overshadows Brighton draw

Chelsea back in top four, but Super League drama…

LONDON: Chelsea moved into the Premier League's top four after a 0-0 draw against Brighton on Tuesday (Apr 20), but the result was completely overshadowed by the club's role in derailing the controversial European Super League. Just before kick-off at Stamford Bridge, it was widely reported that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich had decided to withdraw from the controversial breakaway plan. While there was no official confirmation from the club, the Blues are understood to be preparing documents to formally quit the tournament. Manchester