Brighton crush Manchester United and put an end to hopes of qualifying for the Champions League

BRIGHTON (England): Brighton & Hove Albion beat Manchester United 4-0 in English Premier League and have completely disappointed their hopes of qualifying for the Champions League next season on Saturday. Moses Caicedo opened Brighton’s goals with a long-range shot 15 minutes into the game, scoring his first goal in absolute for his club. Marc Cucurea scored the second goal after half-time with a great shot from the left, then Pascal Gross scored the third goal against David de Gea, before Leandro Trossard finished the goals. Brighton continued to create chances against United’s mediocre defense but failed to win by a higher score. United tried to narrow the gap but Brighton goalkeeper Robert Sanchez saved more than one dangerous attempt in brings. United have conceded 56 goals in Premier League in this season, the worst record of the team in only one season in the competition. With this result, United in sixth place failed to qualify for the Champions League, as they are within five points of Arsenal in fourth place, before playing the last game of the season. Brighton are in ninth place, five points behind qualifying for the European Conference League, and before playing their last two games. (Reuters)