Brighton hit top of Championship after brushing aside Rotherham

16 August 2016 21:51
• Norwich in second place as Jonny Howson’s goal beats Bristol City• Leeds equalise late against Fulham to gain first point under Gary MonkBrighton went top of a fledgling Championship table on goal difference thanks to a convincing 3-0 win over Rotherham at the Amex Stadium.Having narrowly missed out on promotion last season after finishing level on points with automatically-promoted Middlesbrough, Brighton have started with two wins and a draw. Anthony Knockaert and Glenn Murray struck in a four-minute spell midway through the first half and Tomer Hemed added a third from the spot just before the hour. Related: Rafael Benítez unmoved by Newcastle’s struggles | Louise Taylor Related: Huddersfield’s Michael Hefele earns late point against Aston Villa Continue full article

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