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artfulness Manchester United as they were beaten by Brighton at home in their Premier League opener.
Two first-half objectives from German midfielder Pascal Gross saw the Old Trafford reliable, who had been out in numbers
been out in numbers before start off to challenge the club's possession, boo their players back down the passage at the break
It was one of their own who aided impact the first-half destruction of United's strategy when Danny Welbeck was
played in behind the back line by Leandro Trossard, and his pass saw as Gross plain at the back post to stroke the ball home.
It was something like Brighton merited albeit the two-objective benefit they wound up with at the break maybe
complimented them a bit. In saying that, the nature of the move for the second, what began by their own corner
banner and finished with Gross continuing in Solly March's saved shot, was perhaps deserving of three focuses all alone.