- Harry Kane scored the second goal as Tottenham defeated Brighton 2-0 in a Premier League game on Wednesday night, 16 March
- Antonio Conte and his players were more determined in this encounter which gave them deserved victory
- Tottenham are still out of the first four teams on the Premier League table after 28 games played so far
Tottenham on Wednesday night, 16 March, returned to winning ways in the Premier League as Antonio Conte and his wards recorded an emphatic 2-0 win over Brighton.
Having suffered an embarrassing defeat at home against Manchester United in which Cristiano Ronaldo scored three goals, Spurs knew that they must redeem themselves in their next tie.
Spurs started this encounter against Brighton on an impressive note, but they had to wait until the 37th minute before scoring their first goal through Cristian Romero who benefited from an assist by Dejan Kulusevski.
How did the first half of this encounter end?
Tottenham tried to score another goal against Brighton before the end of the first half, but they were unable to do so as it ended 1-0 after 45 minutes.
Spurs came out more aggressive in the second half, and they had to wait until the 57th minute before netting their second goal through Harry Kane.
They went on to win the Premier League encounter 2-0.
What position is Tottenham occupying on the Premier League table?
After 28 games played by Tottenham so far this season, they are currently occupying seventh position on the table with 48 points.
Chelsea Manager Thomas Tuchel Heaps Praise on Senegalese Goalkeeper Ahead of Lille Clash
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Chelsea's German trainer, Thomas Tuchel, is full of praise for goalkeeper Edouard Mendy following his incredible form since joining the Blues.
Mendy has been an integral part of Tuchel's success at the London club, helping him win the UEFA Champions League, the Super Cup and the Club World Cup.
Ahead of their UEFA Champions League game against Lille in France, Tuchel lauded the Senegalese who used to play in the French Ligue.
Edouard Mendy kept a clean sheet in the first leg as Chelsea won 2-0 at the Stamford Bridge.