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Visitors climb to the Prem top 10 after Saiss wins with the Seagulls unbeaten in the tournament since September

WOLVES have finally proven they know where the back of the net is to prolong Brighton’s misery.

Romain Saiss ’45order The minute volley was enough to help his side take all three points at the Amex Stadium – finally giving boss Bruno Lage something to celebrate.

Romain Saiss scores the only goal as Wolves beat Brighton 1-0

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Romain Saiss scores the only goal as Wolves beat Brighton 1-0Credit: PA
Wolves advance into the top half of the league with their most recent win

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Wolves advance into the top half of the league with their most recent winCredit: AFP

The shy Midlands outfit went four games without scoring before the Moroccan defender’s smooth attack – their first in almost a month.

In truth, Wolf’ the victory should have been much bigger but for some endings a waste to see off a Brighton group desperate for any form of growth.

Graham Potter’s men are currently winless in their last 11 games Premier League game – longest in the department – after another flat screen.

For all their praise, Brighton is falling closer and closer to a terrifying drop with each passing week during the worrisome time on the south coast.

Both make three changes thanks to injury, suspension and Covid-19. Brighton were forced to create a temporary number four back with Lewis Dunk being the latest casualty.

Of the 10 league games Dunk have missed for the club, they’ve only won once.

Brighton's woes continue as they suffer yet another loss at home

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Brighton’s woes continue as they suffer yet another loss at homeCredit: PA
Seagulls currently not winning the tournament since September

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Seagulls currently not winning the tournament since SeptemberCredit: Getty

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As for Wolves, boss Bruno Lage has opted to change his entire triple attack front, with Hwang Hee-Chan replacing Raul Jimenez following his red card at City of Manchester.

But the Korean player only lasted 11 minutes when he was limping with a hamstring injury, Adama Traore came in.

But that did not help the visitors as the hosts dominated the opening period with an impressive high pass that kept Wolves trapped outside the box.

But the rest sum up their entire season – simply not enough effort to hit the target.

Saiss pounced on Wolves on the verge of the first half

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Saiss pounced on Wolves on the verge of the first halfCredit: Getty
Saiss scores after being played by Ruben Neves' great chip

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Saiss scores after being played by Ruben Neves’ great chipCredit: Getty

There’s a reason for Brighton and Wolves to start the game with just 26 goals in total – and just four since November 5.

Lage’s team, in particular, have struggled a lot to find the back of the net – having only gathered five shots in their last two matches.

Their first game of the night was unattractive – Ruben Neves’ shot from long range in the 26th minute barely posed a problem for Robert Sanchez.

But at least they made it and in the first minute of stoppage time, they ended their run-of-the-mill drought thanks to Neves’ cute low shot from inside the box.

Brighton fought hard but to no avail

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Brighton fought hard but to no availCredit: Getty
Pressure mounts on Graham Potter as Brighton searches desperately for a league win

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Pressure mounts on Graham Potter as Brighton searches desperately for a league winCredit: PA

Saiss stayed and took the first volley into the bottom corner.

Brighton should have equalized with the last kick of the half, somehow Mwepu shot over the bar from a few yards after Jose Sa blocked Leandro Trossard’s brilliant effort.

Rather than excite them, that miss had the opposite effect on Potter’s men. Wolves should have finished the game in the first few minutes of the second half.

Marcel – who started late after Rayan Ait-Nouri was injured in the warm-up – nearly knocked Sanchez out with a lob over the bar.

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And the breakaway Traore brand has seen Francisco Trincao rejected by the Spaniard.

Sanchez was busy once again as Wolves pushed through the second half with Brighton’s defence in disarray, making several crucial saves from efforts from Saiss and Podence.

It’s no surprise that Wolves haven’t scored two goals in a game since November 1, but on this occasion – against a faulty attack like theirs – it hasn’t cost them a fortune. important results, even with an extra 11 minutes.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/17053023/brighton-wolves-saiss-match-report/ Visitors climb to the Prem top 10 after Saiss wins with the Seagulls unbeaten in the tournament since September

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