Tottenham staged a remarkable comeback against Brighton, securing a 2-1 home victory with a stunning stoppage-time winner from substitute Brennan Johnson, propelling them into the Premier League’s top four.
Brighton took an early lead through Pascal Gross’s penalty in the 17th minute, but Tottenham fought back relentlessly. Pape Sarr equalized in the 61st minute, setting the stage for Johnson’s late heroics.
The match was filled with end-to-end action, with both sides creating numerous scoring opportunities. Tottenham goalkeeper Guglielmo Vicario made crucial saves, while Brighton’s Jason Steele denied several Spurs’ attempts.
The tense encounter saw Tottenham pushing for a winner, and Johnson delivered in the dying moments, slotting home Heung-Min Son’s assist to seal a crucial victory for Spurs.
The win boosts Tottenham’s position in the league, while Brighton’s European qualification hopes take a hit. The match provided exhilarating moments for fans, capping off a thrilling clash at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.