Brighton & Hove Albion 3-0 Tottenham Hotspur: Aaron Connolly scores twice in win over Spurs

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By Ben Collins
BBC Sport
Tottenham week continued as they followed their Champions League humiliation at the hands of Bayern Munich.
Following their drubbing in midweek, Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino was expecting a reply from his players, just for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris to present Neal Maupay a bizarre opener.
The Spurs captain suffered a nut harm in the procedure, by doubling the lead of Brighton on his first Premier League start and Tottenhams problems were resisted by Aaron Connolly.
And though Spurs left a positive start to the second half, Connolly killed off any hope because the striker produced a well-taken strike for his second goal to seal Brightons first home win since March of them launching a fightback.
Tottenham have failed to win in their last away 10 games extending back on 20 January.
Last weeks home win from Southampton provided Spurs some aid however, that the pressure is now mounting with his side having currently taken 11 points from a possible 24 this period.
After being at fault for Southamptons target Saturday, Lloris committed another glaring mistake as he tried to grab some Pascal Gross cross instead of hammering it over the crossbar and his sanity watched him stagger backwards into his own aim.
The ball was dropped by Even the France captain before he crossed the goalline but hurt his arm because he tried to break his fall and had to be replaced by Paulo Gazzaniga.
And although a close-range effort was obstructed by the substitute keeper the youngster slammed in the rally.
Lewis Dunk subsequently released Connolly and he cut inside before shooting inside the far post to fasten the second win of the season of Brighton.
It was Graham Potters first triumph at the Amex, lifting the Seagulls into 12th ahead of the afternoon kick-offs, with Tottenham place to slide out of their .
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