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Mwepu Too Good To Handle By United In Just 15 Minutes

Zambian midfielder Enock Mwepu like many other Brighton and Hove Albion fc players, took to social media to react to their their first premier league victory this season at old Trafford.

Mwepu who was introduced in the match as a late second half substitute in the 76th minute to replace Adam Lallana, put in an impressive shift as he managed to make 15 touches and completing nine(9) passes in just 15 minutes to finish the match with a solid 89% pass accuracy.

The Zambian midfielder later took to social media describing his club’s win against United as a massive win and also got an applaud from his club for the solid performance in just few minutes of play.

Brighton recorded a massive 1-2 away victory on Sunday when Pascal Gross scored twice to help Seagulls secure victory at Old Trafford in their opening Premier League game of the new season.

The 31-year-old Germany midfielder found the net twice in nine minutes during an impressive first half for the Seagulls, and although an Alexis Mac Allister own goal gave the Red Devils a lifeline midway through the second half, Graham Potter’s side held on for their first-ever win at Old Trafford at the 15th time of asking.

Despite Brighton being without without their key midfielder of last season Yves Bissouma who left the club in the summer widow, Graham Potter was not short of options as Ecuador’s Moises Caicedo, Argentine Alexis Allister as well English man Adam Lallana were enough to lock down the United midfield for 76 minutes before a fresh and energetic Enock Mwepu came in to hit the last nail on the head.


Published by Calvin Kaumba Chikenge

I am a journalist. passionate about culture , sports and developmental story writing.

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