The visitors had a stronger start to the game, taking a 1-0 lead after Lewis Dunk took advantage of a Pascal Gross corner kick to beat Fraser Forster with an accurate header after just a quarter of an hour. The locals, on the other hand, equalized ten minutes later. Che Adams scored after a Brighton defender made an error.
Graham Potter’s side, on the other hand, took the lead for the second time in the 56th minute. The visitors put in a strong performance, which was capped off by Leandro Trossard’s confident shot.
Danny Welbeck, on the other hand, may have benefited from a helper. It may have been a draw again moments later, but James Ward-Prowse narrowly missed in a crucial situation.
The score remained unchanged in the end, and the Amex Stadium team was awarded three points. It was Brighton’s first league victory since 3 February, and it ended a horror run of three consecutive defeats.
With the victory, Brighton moved up to 16th position in the Premier League table, leapfrogging Newcastle United. Southampton leads by two points and has four more points with one game left.