Brighton star responds to boring chant from Wolves fans – Brighton & Hove Independent

Brighton star responds to \boring\ chant from Wolves fans - Brighton & Hove Independent

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Wolves hit the woodwork twice and Ryan made a couple of excellent saves as Brighton ended a five-game losing run but they did not have a shot on target.

Asked about the boring chants after the game, Ryan said: “I dont care to be honest. We got a point and a clean sheet so Im happy.

“They can call it how they see it, everyone is entitled to their opinions but Im just focused on what we need to do as a team and whats needed to get safe.”

“It’s a relief because of where we are at this moment. There’s a satisfaction in the result, we need points and it’s very difficult to get three points here.

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Ryan added it was a crucial point for Brighton in their battle to stay up: “For whatever reason a team like us always seem to be up against it especially on the road.

“It’s very difficult to break a team down, we created situations and Brighton defended and defended well. Their main objective was not to concede.

“Any way we can take the sting out of the game, slow it down and just hang in there for as long as we can, keeping a clean sheet means the worst case scenario is you get a point.

If theres one thing we can take from these games, its that our summer shopping list could do with the inclusion of an attack-minded central midfield player who can make an impact with the ball at his feet to offer us something different in this kind of game instead of continuing to go wide and put balls into the box against two strapping central defenders.

“Id much rather that than having lost 1-0 or whatever. Perhaps we didnt create so much offensively but at the same time we didnt lose, were solid at the back and got another point on the board which is going to be vital.

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“Its a point that probably feels like three to be honest in the context of things. With our superior goal difference that could be an important point and perhaps more importantly we showed a reaction from some of our recent performances. We havent been good enough and it just goes to show that when were right on it and on the game we can go anywhere and make a game of it.

“Theyve been a great team all year and theyve shown that in all of the matches theyve played. We hung in there today and we got a point.”

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🐺🧡 – Football is brilliant.This @Wolves mascot showed us all how to back your team, keeping the noise going even at half-time as the players went back down the tunnel! Incredible support! 😎 pic.twitter.com/t9jVI4vWUq

In the first half he completed a particularly difficult Sudoku puzzle. And in the second half he nipped to Asda for his weekly shop. N/A

Earned a recall and responded with a solid performance. Won seven headers, more than double any of his team mates. Produced a couple of rousing challenges in the opposition half and could have got himself on the scoresheet but didnt quite connect with his header. 7/10

Sidwell said: “There is the minority that has been jumping on his back but he has got the backing of everyone. That everyone is from the fans, all the players.

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A peripheral figure for most of the match, may as well have played in midfield. Pass accuracy of 93 per cent. 6/10

A couple of good interceptions and he began to push forward adventurously in the second half, sending a header over the bar and then slashing a long-range shot wide. Very solid throughout. 7/10

The former Seagulls midfielder, who is now on the academy coaching staff, appeared on BT Sport’s matchday programme.

Ventured forward relentlessly, given he had little defensive work to do, but either he wasnt picked out in a good position, or his final ball wasnt quite there. Had a decent second half chance when he headed goalwards but it was cleared just ahead of the goal-line. 6/10

BRUNO 8: Outstanding in defensive work – notably a last-gasp tackle on goalbound Diogo Jota – and generally good in possession until going off.

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One of Wolves best players in the first half when he was positive, inventive and always looking to get on the ball. Produced some really nice touches, got his head up and tried to play in his team-mates, especially Jota. Faded after the break. 7/10

Sat too deep again. Someone needs to play that role in front of the back three/five but Nevess passing range is wasted in that role. Pinged a nice few long balls and he rarely conceded possession, but couldnt do enough to pierce the Brighton back line. 6/10

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The best player on the pitch. Constantly looked to get on the ball and make things happen. A pass accuracy of 95 per cent and he was Wolves most likely route to goal, especially via his teasing set pieces which led to the majority of Wolves chances. Controlled the midfield. Surely player of the season? His consistency is metronomic. 8/10

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Effort and endeavour, but a lack of quality. His touches were heavy and he gave the ball away too often. Replaced by Vinagre in the second half. 5/10

His best sniff of goal came when he crashed a half volley over the bar from 15 yards. Teed his team-mates up on a couple of occasions and was a lively figure in the box, but in general this wasnt his day. Pretty lethargic 5/10

A drab first half of little goalmouth action saw Diogo Jota twice go close, firing just wide and then looping the ball onto the crossbar.

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Couldnt have come closer to scoring, hitting both the bar and the post in the first and second halves respectively. Drove a decent effort just wide and constantly carried a threat. 7/10

Bruno, Pascal Gross and Solly March all returned to the starting line-up in Tuesdays defeat to Cardiff and Gaetan Bong and Jose Izquierdo – his first start since December – were back from the off yesterday.

A sprightly cameo from the Portuguese whipper-snapper who did exactly what was required – ran at the defence, stretched the play and got to the byline. Should have started. 7/10

A run of five successive defeats had drained confidence but Chris Hughton set the Seagulls up to defend from the front and, although they rode their luck a couple of times, it was a well-deserved point.

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Almost scored with his first touch but was denied from point blank range by an excellent Mat Ryan save. 6/10

Hughton went for a starting line-up which involved players who had either worked hard to get the club into the Premier League, battled away to keep them in the top flight last year or both.

Like Traore, he ran at Brightons defenders and looked to swing the ball over, which he did on a couple of occasions. Seven minutes wasnt long enough. N/A

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