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Brighton 0-0 Tottenham live score and goal updates: Premier League latest from the AMEX Stadium

Pascal Gross remains Brighton’s only absentee ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Tottenham.

The German midfielder, who missed Monday’s draw at Southampton, is sidelined with an ankle injury sustained against Fulham before the international break.

Winger Jose Izquierdo and forward Florin Andone are awaiting their first appearances of the season after returning to fitness.

Tottenham will assess Dele Alli after he returned to training following a hamstring injury.

Moussa Sissoko (knee) is also back in training but Hugo Lloris (thigh) will again miss out.

Toby Alderweireld and Kieran Trippier will be back in the squad after they were rested at Inter Milan.

Brighton: Ryan; Bong, Duffy, Dunk, Montoya; Knockaert, Bissouma, Stephens, March; Propper; Murray

Tottenham: Gazzaniga; Trippier, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Rose; Dier; Eriksen Dembele; Moura, Kane, Son

42 minsminute by minute

GOALLLLLLLL!!!! KANE CONVERTS!! The England captain ends his goal drought at three games for Spurs. He makes no mistake converting from the spot, powering his effort into the bottom corner, sending Ryan the wrong way. Relief for Spurs and Pochettino on the bench.
KEY EVENT

PENALTY AND GOAALLLLL

40 minsminute by minute

PENALTY TO SPURS! Trippier’s strike from the free-kick hits a loose arm in the wall. Murray’s arm is outstretched and the referee points to the spot.
38 minsminute by minute

Better from Kane as he finds penetration through the line with a driving run. He gets tripped by Bong on the edge of the box and it hands Spurs a free-kick in a dangerous position.
37 minsminute by minute

Spurs are too passive with the ball in possession. Conditions at the Amex Stadium will allow the ball to be moved at speed, but the visitors are struggling to work into the final third.
35 minsminute by minute

Dier tries to move the ball with speed and almost opens up the home side’s backline, but before Kane can latch on to the loose ball, the opportunity is closed up by Duffy.
33 minsminute by minute

The tempo is not quick enough from Spurs to exploit the space in the Brighton half . They’re seeing plenty of the ball, but the visitors are only moving it sidewards rather than with penetration.
31 minsminute by minute

Brighton’s deep defensive line is testing the patience of the visitors’ possession game. So far the home side are edging the battle, although Hughton will want to see them become more effective on the counter.

Manager’s love in

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30 minsSTATS

Overall Possession Ratio

Possession

29 minsminute by minute

WIDE! Spurs move the ball with speed as Eriksen and Kane combine to release Son into the left inside channel. He tries to cut back on to his right foot to shoot, but the pressure forces the attempt early and he can only fire wide of the target.
27 minsminute by minute

Tottenham are struggling to break down the home side, who are looking well organised at the back. Kane has to become more active in the final third.
25 minsminute by minute

Knockaert does well at the back for the hosts, tracking the run of Lucas all the way down the flank. He makes the challenge to stop his progress in the box and wins a free-kick in the process.
24 minsminute by minute

Eriksen pulls back Montoya down the right flank, easing the pressure on the Seagulls’ backline.
23 minsminute by minute

Rose probes down the left and he whips a cross into the box with pace. Kane gets ahead of Dunk and tries to glance a header towards goal, but he fails to make clean contact.
21 minsminute by minute

Stephens makes way for Kayal due to injury.

Early action

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19 minsminute by minute

A concern for Brighton as Stephens goes down clutching the back of his thigh. It could be a hamstring problem for the midfielder.
18 minsminute by minute

BLOCK! Brighton have to be alert at the back once again as Spurs play their way down the left. Rose’s delivery travels towards Son’s late run in the middle. The winger sends an effort towards goal, but Bong slides in to divert it over the bar.
17 minsminute by minute

Eriksen collects the ball in space and opts against the offload to Lucas. He goes for goal on his left foot, only to be denied by a good block from Duffy.
16 minsminute by minute

Knockaert whips his cross into the box with pace from the right flank, but he overhits the ball straight out for a goal-kick.
15 minsminute by minute

Rose brings down Knockaert on the right flank and it hands the Seagulls a free-kick in a threatening position.
15 minsSTATS

Overall Possession Ratio

Possession

14 minsminute by minute

Dunk pulls off the back of Rose from a Brighton free-kick and he has space and time in the box, only to scuff his attempted volley at goal.
12 minsminute by minute

WIDE! Son lines up an effort from distance after collecting Eriksen’s offload. He gets power behind his effort, although the ball travels harmlessly wide of the post.
10 minsminute by minute

SAVE & MISS! Trippier bends his delivery towards the near post and Alderweireld gets ahead of Bong. He directs his effort towards the net and it deflects off Bong on its way to goal. However, Ryan makes a brilliant reaction stop, while Vertonghen on the rebound cannot connect with a header to turn the ball into an empty net.
9 minsminute by minute

Tottenham make progress into the final third before Trippier delivers a cross towards the box, although March is there to deflect it behind for a corner.
7 minsminute by minute

Spurs are struggling to move the ball forward through the Brighton five-man midfield, and have been forced back towards Gazzaniga on more than one occasion.
5 minsminute by minute

It has been a tepid start to the game from both teams. A lot of the action has been in the middle of the park.
3 minsminute by minute

Spurs are seeing a lot of the ball in the early stages of the game, with Brighton content to sit back and absorb the pressure.

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