Barney Ronay's match report has arrived, so I'm taking a nap before my next live blog. Bye!
"Hugo is in the hospital now. The club will tell what happened, but there is no good news. It had a massive emotional impact on the team and we also lost a goal. We tried to find another solution in the second half, but it was impossible. We are experiencing a difficult moment. We have to continue and hold together. I'm sorry for the fans.
"It's not easy – after five and a half years this is the first hard moment we experience. It is new to all of us. I hope the pressure comes on me and not on the players. We can not underestimate this kind of situation, but in times that are not so good, there is always the possibility of strengthening things. "
It seems that these are the end times for Spurs and Mauricio Pochettino. But there is an unpleasant rush of blood in the way the situation is discussed. There is a lack of joy about the whole thing. Let's force the problem so that he loses his job and we get our BREAKING NEWS fix. Then we can move on to the next one. You want a P45, Ole Gunnar? What about you, Unai? Marco? What about you, Pep? You'll get yours someday.
There is no news on Hugo Lloris who was hospitalized after a terrible elbow injury following a Brighton hit her first goal. The repetition of the incident seemed to be extremely bleak.
"As much as I like Calum Robinson and David McGoldrick," Eoin Jones begins, "Certainly, Mick McCarthy must have Connolly for the upcoming qualifiers after this performance to get into the Irish national team? "
I think he will want to manage him carefully, but it will not be long because he has a serious perspective. It reminds me a bit of Robbie Keane of the Coventry era in his relentless movement, his cocky, resourceful ending, and general irrationality.
Post Game Interviews
] Aaron Mooy "I thought we played really well, on purpose from the start , We played well in most of the games this season, but we missed the finishing touches. Today we put everything together. It's a perfect day for everyone.
Aaron Connolly "I can not really put it into words. It is a dream come true. I've been watching the Premier League since I was four or five years old, watching the Premier League all the time, and it's indescribable to play in it and score goals.
There are some fascinating 3 o'clock games, including a Humdinger in Anfield. You can follow her with Barry Glendenning.
Full time: Brighton 3-0 Tottenham
Look! Brighton defeated Spurs for the first time in 36 years. They played consistently well, and teenager Aaron Connolly scored two nice goals on his full Premier League debut. But the focus will inevitably lie on a miserable Spurs performance and a terrible injury to Hugo Lloris. His season is probably over; The season of Spurs is not swimming.
90 + 1 min. "Controversial opinion: Spurs are not an" almost "team," states Yoshua Selvadurai. "They have 1 (UCL) finals, 0 UCL semi-finals and 0 top-2 EPL results."
You do not see the whole cake. (And they became 2016-17 second.)
90 minutes Glenn Murray replaces the quietly honored Dale Stephens.
89 min The man of the match is Aaron Connolly. Under the circumstances, this is hard to dispute, although another Aaron, Mooy, was brilliant.
88 min. Steven Alzate, who had a good midfield play, is replaced by Gaetan Bong. Brighton has some very promising young players: Maupay, Trossard, Connolly, Alzate and Murray.
87 mins "The biggest near-miss of the Wenger era is the 07/08 team," says Mat Coates. "In season injured (Rosicky, Van Persie, Eduardo) and after the season getting cleaner (Hleb, Flamini, Adebayor). The current harvest can only dream of a constant vigor. Yes, I think most non-Arsenal fans forget how good this team was. You never really recovered from Birmingham, did you?
86 minutes Lucas Moura rescues Ryan with a shot from 25 yards into the bottom corner. Ryan got off very smartly and reached to the left to knock it off. Lucas Moura has been great since he arrived.
85 min. The impressive Maupay controls a cross from the right and shoots selflessly at Gross, who shoots directly at Gazzaniga from 17 meters.
83 min. Mat Ryan makes a fine melee block by Lucas Moura, who suddenly spits a bit of speed and quality into Spurs' camera. He ran onto Lamela's lobbed pass, turned his man around and hit a shot that hit Ryan.
81 min "Almost my favorite team is probably the Parma side from the late nineties, who almost broke the dominance of Milan and Juventus." says Jim Bach. "Almost Crespo, Dino Baggio, Thuram and a young Buffon …"
And only for one season our Seba.
80 min. Yves Bissouma replaces Aaron Connolly, who scored two goals in a memorable debut and will sleep well tonight.
79 min. "I spent five years in Brighton and worked as a steward at Goldstone Ground." says Iain Pearson. "Can I nominate my first love as a fast-team: Celtic in the first half of the seventies? We were at the end of our 9-in-a-row run and won the Scottish Cups with a fist, so this nomination sounds a bit strange until you look at Europe.
"A final in the European Cup, two semi-finals (including a penalty shoot-out defeat) and a quarter-final in the European Cup and nothing we could add to our 1967 singles title. The team hands of the time included personalities such as Jimmy Johnstone, Lou Macari, Kenny Dalglish, Dixie Deans, Billy McNeill and Danny McGrain. Everything is managed by Jock Stein. "
78 min. The match comes to an end, although Brighton still looks dangerous in counterattack. Despite Spurs' problems, Brighton was very good today.
77 min. "Romania 1994: the biggest loser," says Paul Ewart. "Totaler than the Dane Dynamite + Hagi, who glided through the games gloriously."
They were wonderful (I wish someone would write a book about it), but I would say that Denmark was a more complete package, and she made it to two tournaments. Romania will definitely be on the list if I can ever write Joy of Six: Loose Cannons (see also: Zemans Foggia and Chris Nicholls Southampton).
75 min "Hi Rob," says Mundane Protest. "The obvious cause for Spurs' gritty start is certainly that four of the key players in their first eleven were allowed to contest their final year of contract, which means that 4/11 of the team is not committed to the club and the other half is rightfully out of humor. Under Ferguson, can you imagine that every player, no matter how good, is indifferent to the club and not sold immediately? "
Well, that happened to Ronaldo and Keane. But they were the best players on the team at every opportunity, so I take your point.
74 minutes Maupay is ready to give Brighton a 4-0 lead when Alderweireld gets the slightest touch of the ball.
71 minutes Kane misses a great opportunity and lifts a left-footed shot from 10 yards out over the crossbar in burn.