Graham Potter doesn’t despair and thinks positively
Graham Potter, head coach of “Brighton“ club, sees the 2-1 defeat to “Manchester United“ on Sunday 4 April in the Premier League as a lesson all players should learn.
After its decisive performance, “Brighton” did not leave Old Trafford without trophies. Thanks to Danny Welbeck, the “Seagulls” managed to come out ahead, because in the 13th minute the striker of the opposite team fired past Dean Henderson. After Danny Welbeck’s fourth goal against “United”, “Brighton” came first. However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team tied the score with Marcus Rashford after 62 minutes. Mason Greenwood left the field of play seven minutes before the end. This happened shortly after the game was already predetermined by the end of a draw.
The sad outcome of the game means for “Brighton” only one thing – it is not far from the three worst. “Fulham” only needs six points to catch up with the “Seagulls”. The former head of Swansea does not believe that defeat after such an active game is a reason for panic, and advises not to despair.
Graham Potter’s words on the official club’s website were the following:
“It’s a tough one for us. In the first half, we played well and carried a threat. We restricted them to not too many chances at all, but they scored from the opportunities they had. The quality they have has done us in the end, but there are a lot of positives for us to take. We just need to move forward to the last eight games and get the points we need.”
As you can see, Potter is determined and believes in his team.
Albion and Everton are preparing for the next Premier League game. They have 13/10 to win, 23/10 to draw. “Toffees” – 11/5 to get all three points at the Amex Stadium.