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PL: Pascal Gross gives a good start win for Brighton over Leeds FC

Brighton kept up their impressive, unbeaten start to the Premier League season with a second-half goal from Pascal Gross sealing a 1-0 victory over Leeds at the Amex Stadium.



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Midfielder Gross broke the deadlock after Brighton wasted a number of opportunities, running on to a Leandro Trossard pass and slotting in his third goal of the campaign. The victory left the south coast side with 10 points from four games.




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The Leeds manager, Jesse Marsch, kept faith with the side that dismantled Chelsea 3-0 last week , but the visitors failed to get going against a determined Brighton who extended their streak without a league defeat to nine games going back to last season.
Brighton could have found themselves up 1-0 early in the opening period but the unmarked Adam Webster headed wide from a Gross free-kick, before the hosts let Leeds off the hook again with two more opportunities.



Graham Potter’s side continued to attack immediately after the break but they failed to get a breakthrough when Solly March was played through by Gross, his shot being kept out by Illan Meslier.


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Luis Sinisterra highlighted the lack of a cutting edge in Leeds’s attack when he missed from point-blank range. His team paid the price as Gross went on to score shortly after in the 66th minute.


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