Brighton boss Chris Hughton beat Jose's United twice - he admits to struggles against Ole's side
- United beat Brighton 2-1 on Saturday.
- Prior to that, Brighton had won twice in a row against the Reds.
- Hughton can't help noticing the higher energy level in United side.
Chris Hughton had no complaints about the penalty awarded to Man United in his team's 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford.
When asked after the game about what had changed at United, he said: ''They are pressing with higher energy. We are playing against a Man United team in good form.''
@OfficialBHAFC manager, Chris Hughton has now lost all 6 away matches as a manager against Manchester United by an aggregate scoreline of 1-16. At least today, Pascal Gross gave him his first goal to celebrate. #MUNBHA #EPL #PremierLeague #Premier_League pic.twitter.com/oAVJNlwSAy— Paul Vance (@PaulVance63) January 19, 2019
When the reporter suggested if the Reds are transformed, he only replied: ''Seven (wins) on the spin says they are.''