Sheffield United player ratings v Brighton as five men score 7/10s after battling point - gallery
By The Newsroom
It was a game of two halves for Sheffield United this afternoon as they picked up a battling point away at Brighton. The Blades were not at the races in the first half and barely had a kick, but were better in the second and earned a point thanks to Adam Webster's own goal.
The game turned when home midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud saw a deserved red card for a horror tackle on Ben Osborn, with United finding a way back into the game just minutes later. They had chances to win it too, Jayden Bogle enjoying the best of them, but had to settle for one point in the end going into the international break.
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