Ronaldo & Bruno take down 10-man Brighton

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United have shrugged off their recent stuttering run to secure a valuable win then. With several teams below them boasting games in hand, though, they need to keep their standards up if they want to play in the Champions League again next season. That’s all for now. Goodbye!

United’s victory lifts them to fourth in the Premier League table for now, two points ahead of West Ham United. Rangnick’s men weren’t great in the first half but took full advantage of Dunk’s dismissal. They had 16 shots on goal to Brighton’s two in the second half. Brighton stay ninth. They’ll rue their bad luck but they’ll move on quickly.

United have secured a victory that looks more comfortable than the game was for them at half-time. Brighton played well in the first half and no doubt fancied their chances of getting something, until Ronaldo rifled home early in the second half. Dunk’s red card swung the game decisively away from Brighton, and United spurned several chances to extend their lead before Fernandes finally put a gloss on the result.


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