Sheffield United 1 Brighton and Hove Albion 1, as it happened: Blades cut gap on Champions League rivals Tottenham Hotspur
Sheffield United closed the gap between themselves and Champions League rivals Tottenham Hotspur this afternoon with a point against Brighton and Hove Albion.
This is how the action unfolded at Bramall Lane.
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Last updated: Saturday, 22 February, 2020, 16:52
Blades name an unchanged side for Brighton clash
John Fleck signed a new deal on the eve of the game
Enda Stevens put Blades ahead
Neal Maupay equalised for Brighton
and it finishes 1-1, despite a spell of late pressure from the hosts as they looked to seal a late winner for the second time in as many home games. Stay tuned to www.thestar.co.uk for player ratings and more reaction from the game
Ryan to the rescue
for Brighton as the goalkeeper saves from McBurnie's flicked effort and Baldock is flagged offside from the rebound
Another VAR check...
this time against Lundstram after a collision with Dunk, the United man catching the defender but the VAR decides no serious foul play
for mcBurnie as Fleck steps over Osborn's cross and the ball falls to the striker in the box, but he snatches at it on his left foot and it falls harmlessly wide
sees Lundstram come on for Sander Berge, for the final nine minutes or so of normal time
sees Sharp replaced to a standing ovation, by the returning David McGoldrick. Brighton have also made a double change, Connolly replacing Murray and Trossard coming on for Schelotto
for handball against United as Schelotto's cross hits Osborn's hand from close range, but a quick look at the replay shows it was accidental and play goes on
Chance for United
as Norwood's corner drops dangerously in a crowded area, but Ryan bravely drops onto the loose ball before mcBurnie can stab it home. McBurnie then does excellently to keep hold of the ball before it drops to Fleck, who smashes it on his left foot and it flies narrowly wide
Fleck has a go
on his left foot after Norwood put the ball into his path, but he cuts across it somewhat and it rolls harmlessly behind for a goal kick
as Maupay's shot is blocked by Egan, Mooy to take it from the left and it falls to Dunk, who somehow smashes it over from not very far out at all! What a let off for the Blades