Leicester City were on the end of a big defeat at the hands of Brighton and Hove Albion in their latest Premier League meeting. The Foxes were the guests of Brighton at the Amex Stadium on Sunday afternoon and Danny Welbeck was part of the starting XI for the home team.

Brighton were stunned when Nigerian star Kelechi Iheanacho scored the opening goal of the game. His strike was cancelled out by the own goal from Leicester City left-back Luke Thomas off the header from Solly March. Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo then scored the second Brighton goal from the pass from Zambian midfielder EnockMwepu for the Seagulls to lead for the first time in the game. Another Zambian player in PatsonDaka then made his mark with the second Leicester City goal in the first half to ensure that the two teams went into the break on level terms.

In the second half, Danny Welbeck and Brighton took the game away from Leicester City who had previously been lucky to end the first half without a deficit. England international Danny Welbeck leads the line for Brighton these days, but he's not a regular goalscorer. It must be pointed out that Welbeck has done a lot of work for Brighton in attack this season and he's one of the big reasons for the brilliant start to the new season by the Seagulls due to his dynamism.
Pascal Gross has been in good form for Brighton this season and he provided the assist for Leandro Trossardto edge the Seagulls 3-2 ahead. Trossard was then fouled Leicester City midfielder WilfriedNdidi thus paving the way for Argentine star Alexis Mac Allister to score the resulting spot kick for 4-2. Mac Allister wrapped up the goalscoring with a well-taken free kick for 5-2.