Prime News Ghana

Ghana Sports news

Spurs see off wasteful Bournemouth

Tottenham finished 2023 on a high with victory over an energetic Bournemouth in the Premier League at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Kotoko beat Bofoakwa, Goldstars ease past Legon Cities

Bibiani Gold Stars put up yet another classic display to beat Legon Cities 4-2 at DUN’S Park on Saturday - the Bibiani lads scored in either half through Prince Kwabena Owusu to grab all the points at home.

Pedro's penalties help Brighton beat Tottenham

A superb display saw Brighton overcome 4-2 Tottenham in the Premier League at the Amex Stadium.

Spurs dominated the early possession but the hosts took control when teenager Jack Hinshelwood fired into the roof of the net after Joao Pedro was allowed to drift across the length of the 18-yard line.

Pedro doubled the Seagulls' lead from the penalty spot after Dejan Kulusevski had pulled back Danny Welbeck in the area.

Brighton continued to press, with James Milner hitting the post and Facundo Buonanotte having a goal disallowed for offside, before Richarlison also clipped the woodwork for the visitors.

Spurs failed to have a shot on target in the first half but improved in the second period, with Richarlison twice seeing efforts ruled out for offside.

However, Brighton made sure of the three points less than a minute after the second of those when Pervis Estupinan fired a brilliant 25-yard dipping effort into the top corner.

Pedro added a fourth goal when he sent Guglielmo Vicario the wrong way from the spot again after Evan Ferguson was bundled over in the area.

Tottenham threatened an unlikely comeback after Alejo Veliz and Ben Davies pulled two back, but Spurs could not convert a string of other late chances.

"We played fantastic football for 80 minutes and then we were unlucky in the first goal we conceded," Brighton boss Roberto De Zerbi told BBC Match of the Day.

"I think this season it was the best performance. Not just for Joao Pedro and Billy Gilmour, I am speaking in general for Brighton."

The win sees Brighton climb above Newcastle into eighth, while Spurs stay fifth, a point behind fourth-placed Manchester City.