Chelsea vs Brighton: 1 point for both the team as the match ends 0-0

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-20 09:15:23 IST

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With this result, Chelsea moved up to fourth in the Premier League standings with 55 points. Meanwhile, Brighton stuck to 16th with 34 points.

Chelsea failed to collect full points at home to Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League continued. The Blues were held to a goalless draw by the Seagulls.

Brighton had to play with 10 players in the second half as Ben White received a red card from the referee. The match ended with the scoreline of 0-0.

The home team launched the attack from the start of the match. Brighton appeared disciplined in guarding his back line from Chelsea's attack.

The visitors almost scored in the 42nd minute. Yves Bissouma's shot hit Jorginho's leg in the box, before flying over the bar for a corner.

No goals were scored until the referee blew the whistle during the break. The first half of Chelsea vs Brighton was closed with a score of 0-0 glasses.

Entering the second half, Chelsea and Brighton both played hard. Mason Mount created a chance in the 59th minute which Sanchez could secure.

Brighton put pressure back in the 78th minute. Adam Lallana got the ball near the penalty box and shot the ball which failed to meet the target. The visitors had a golden opportunity two minutes later. Danny Welbeck's shot hit the goalpost.

With this result, Chelsea moved up to fourth in the Premier League standings with 55 points. Meanwhile, Brighton stuck to 16th with 34 points.

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