Chelsea defeat Brighton with 10 men & more big stories you might've missed last night
Chelsea defeat Brighton with 10 menThe Blues won 3-2 thanks to Enzo Fernandez's brace and Levi Colwill's header.Brighton boss believes his team deserved win'From the first minute until extra time, we played better than Chelsea,' Roberto De Zerbi said.
Roberto De Zerbi: 'From the first minute until extra time, we played better than Chelsea'
"Football is very tough. You can play better than the opponent but you can still lose the game, especially if you make mistakes in the details," Brighton head coach Roberto De Zerbi said after his team lost to Chelsea.
Mateu Alemeny considering Atletico Madrid role & 3 more big Barcelona stories you might've missed
Shakhtar star tips Roberto de Zerbi for Barca jobShakhtar Donetsk midfielder Georgiy Sudakov believes that Brighton manager Roberto de Zerbi could manage Barcelona in the futureHe said: "I’m sure Roberto De Zerbi will lead one of the giants of football in future. He’s a very solid coach, I remember him as a very impulsive person.
'We understood better the space': Roberto De Zerbi on Brighton's first Europa League win
Roberto De Zerbi has shared his thoughts about Brighton's first Europa League win in history. Brighton defeated Ajax with a 2-0 scoreDe Zerbi obviously described some tactical aspects of the game and added how the team are proud to give their fans this new experience.
Pep Guardiola revealed the next Man City manager to players
As reported by The Telegraph, Pep Guardiola, had some glowing words of admiration for Brighton's head coach, Roberto De Zerbi. This special moment unfolded when Guardiola approached three Brighton players who were celebrating their historic qualification for European football.
Why isn't Ansu Fati a starter for Brighton?
A month and a half after joining Brighton on loan, Ansu Fati remains an impact sub for the Seagulls and mostly starts in cup competitions – the EFL Cup and the Europa League.Let us explain why he's not a regular starter for Roberto De Zerbi's super team so far.
'Absolutely stunned': Former PL referee weighs in on Brighton penalty claim for Van Dijk handball
Brighton were denied a penalty in their 2-2 draw with Liverpool and the Reds and the VAR review confirmed the on-field decision.Roberto De Zerbi was visibly agitated with the decision and had to be calmed down by Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp.
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Fans use Jones example to thrash shocking decision in Arsenal-Man City clashAfter seeing Man City midfielder Mateo Kovacic avoid a clear red that was way worse than Curtis Jones' one against Tottenham, fans voiced their disdain towards the poor referee quality in the Premier League. Roberto de Zerbi believes Brighton outplayed LiverpoolAfter the 2-2 draw between Brighton and Liverpool, Roberto de Zerbi stated that he believed his side were the much better side in the game.
Fans believe De Zerbi sent Todd Boehly a message - it has nothing to do with Caicedo or Sanchez
Following his team's 2-2 draw with Liverpool, Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi highlighted the display of two players: Carlos Baleba and Simon Adingra. "I have to congratulate my club, Brighton have found another two great players," the Italian said as cited by Fabrizio Romano.
De Zerbi: 'I love Klopp ... I agree with 99% of what he says'
The Brighton v Liverpool game (2-2) was full of controversy, with the hosts being denied a potential penalty after Mitoma's shot deflected onto Van Dijk's hand.There was no VAR review and the Seagulls head coach Roberto De Zerbi was livid on the touchline.
'I used my age': Klopp explains what he told enraged De Zerbi after failed penalty claim
One of the most emotional moments of the game between Liverpool and Brighton came in the second half when the hosts demanded a penalty after the ball hit Virgil van Dijk's arm.Replays showed that the ball deflected off Virgil's knee to his arm that was in a natural position, so it was not handball.
De Zerbi gives big hug to Klopp at FT: recalling how he supported Jurgen in VAR scandal
After the 2-2 at Brighton, Jurgen Klopp and Roberto De Zerbi shared a laugh and a friendly chat that was caught on camera.It looks like the two managers really like each other, as De Zerbi gave Klopp a big hug that didn't look like a formal greeting.
'Only Baleba can play with the same characteristics': De Zerbi on his team not being ready to fill the void
Brighton's manager, Roberto De Zerbi, has spoken openly about the impact of Moises Caicedo's departure from Chelsea during the summer transfer window. He believes his team is not yet ready to fill the void left by the Ecuadorian international.
4 managers who could replace Ancelotti next summer – two doing amazing job this season
Real Madrid consider Xabi Alonso, Raul, Alvaro Arbeloa and Roberto De Zerbi as Carlo Ancelotti's potential successors next summer, reports Cadena SER's David Justo.Alonso remains the strongest candidate to take over.
Chelsea could debut new front-of-shirt sponsor in Fulham clash & 4 more under-radar stories
Pochettino on Bruno Saltor exit"A decision between the club and Bruno," said Mauricio Pochettino when asked about Bruno Saltor's exit from Chelsea. "He didn't belong to my coaching staff and it's the best decision for him and the club.
De Zerbi ranks in top 3 in Premier League for crucial offensive metrics
Graham Potter seemed to have taken Brighton to the heights sublime but Roberto De Zerbi has been doing even better.Since he has taken over, Brighton have taken the most shots and shots on target in the Premier League, being third for most goals scored.
De Zerbi's tactical tweak in eighth (!) minute that Ten Hag failed to respond to all game — shown
Man United's pressing against Brighton was effective for around eight minutes until Roberto De Zerbi tweaked his tactics.The Red Devils started in a 4-1-2-1-2 shape and in the opening minutes, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford and Rasmus Hojlund were effective at pinning Brighton down by outnumbering the opponent and blocking passing lanes.
Lisandro Martinez slammed for 'trying to be a hero' in Brighton humiliation
“It is kind of what happens at Manchester United at the minute, it is very individual," explained Peter Schmeichel in his analysis of the 3-1 defeat to Brighton & Hove Albion on Premier League Productions."Players, for instance, [Lisandro] Martinez here, are trying to be a hero and get in and block.
Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi: 'I don’t know the problem of Man United'
Roberto de Zerbi led his Brighton & Hove Albion side to a resounding 3-1 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford on Saturday. Reflecting on the result after the game, he was just as baffled by our lacklustre performance as millions of Red Devils fans.
'Left foot, right foot, headers, pace, aggression, intuition': Alan Shearer in love with Man United-linked 18-year-old striker
Speaking to The Athletic, Alan Shearer said: "Evan Ferguson is red hot. He has four goals in as many games for Brighton this season, the big clubs are already circling, and his manager, Roberto De Zerbi, is predicting the Irishman can go on to 'become the top scorer in Europe'.
Ansu Fati reveals 'key factor' behind Brighton move -- looks like dig at Xavi
Ansu Fati attracted interest from several clubs interested when it became clear he wouldn't stay at Barcelona this season. Tottenham Hotspur was close to securing his signature, but the youngster eventually opted for Brighton.
Recalling when Brighton's De Zerbi tipped Chelsea star to win Ballon d'Or – he doesn't start under Poch now
Back in December 2022, Mykhailo Mudryk was the talk of London — Arsenal were all over Shakhtar trying to convince them to sell their star winger for a fee slightly below £60m. Brighton manager Roberto De Zerbi, who had coached Mudryk at Shakhtar, came out to make the bold claim that the fleet-footed winger is good enough to win the Ballon d'Or award one day.
De Zerbi 'already forgotten Caicedo' and 2 under-radar stories at Chelsea
De Zerbi: 'I have already forgotten Caicedo'"I have already forgotten Moises [Caicedo]," Brighton boss Roberto de Zerbi has said as Chelsea and Liverpool battled for Caicedo's signature."Clubs can buy our players, but not our spirit.