Rooney saves Everton and Koeman at Brighton; Saints draw


In the standing table of English Premier League, the team Brighton & Hove Albion is in the 16th place with seven points and the team Everton is in the 17th place with seven points.

"He's always in my thoughts to start", said the Koeman.

While the draw only lifts Everton to 16th, it might be enough to persuade the club to give Koeman more time. "We know we can play better but the commitment and belief was really positive".

"It's 1-0 down in a hard situation and the team need points". Unfortunately, he has failed to replace striker Romelu Lukaku.

Brighton looked set to secure their third successive home league win when Anthony Knockaert slotted home in the 82nd minute after Jose Izquierdo's shot was blocked by Michael Keane.

Rooney calmly sent Brighton 'keeper Mathew Ryan the wrong way.

But a moment of madness at the other end from Brighton captain Bruno allowed Rooney to score from the spot, with the Spanish defender appearing to elbow Holgate in the face at a free-kick.

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- Pascal Gross has been directly involved in 83 per cent of Brighton's six Premier League goals this season (2 goals, 3 assists); the highest ratio in the division.

It was teacher versus student as Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino hosted Newcastle and his former boss Rafael Benitez in a 2-2 draw.

Pellegrino played under Benitez at both Valencia and Liverpool, then later joined the Spaniard's coaching staff at Anfield.

The visitors took the lead twice through Isaac Hayden in the first half and Ayoze Perez after the break.

And they produced another lacklustre display at the Amex Stadium, with home goalkeeper Mat Ryan only seriously tested in the dying seconds of the match.

However, Seagulls boss Chris Hughton admitted: "It feels more like a defeat".