Oxford United v Brighton and Hove Albion, 03 October 2017

Score2-2
RefereeDean Whitestone
CompetitionFootball League Trophy Group G – South
VenueKassam Stadium
Attendance1,074
Kick-off: 7.45pm Due to winning the penalty shoot-out (5-4) after 90 minutes, Brighton and Hove Albion were awarded a bonus point.

2 Brighton and Hove Albion

Manager: Simon Rusk

Goals:

Owen Moore own goal 21 OG
Gino Van Kessel 28 G

Goals:

James Tilley 36 G
Daniel Mandriou 67 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Scott Shearer
Defender Aaron Martin
Defender Curtis Nelson
Defender/Centre back Mike Williamson
Midfielder James Henry
Midfielder Ryan Ledson
Midfielder Alex Mowatt
Midfielder Josh Ruffels
Midfielder Xemi
Forward Agon Mehmeti
Forward Gino Van Kessel

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Robert Sánchez
Defender George Cox
Defender Josh Kerr
Defender Owen Moore
Defender Hamish Morrison
Defender/Midfielder Steven Alzate
Midfielder Soufyan Ahannach
Midfielder Will Collar
Midfielder Daniel Mandriou
Midfielder Max Sanders
Forward James Tilley

Substitutions:

James Roberts for Agon Mehmeti 8
Joe Rothwell for Ryan Ledson 71
Josh Ashby for Alex Mowatt 80

Substitutions:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Simon Eastwood
Midfielder Shandon Baptiste
Midfielder Joe Rothwell
Midfielder/Forward Josh Ashby
Forward James Roberts
Forward Wes Thomas

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Billy Collings
Defender Ben Clark-Eden
Midfielder Danny Cashman
Midfielder Alex Cochrane
Midfielder/Forward David Ajiboye
Midfielder/Forward Ryan Longman

Comments:

ABBA penalty shoot out details (Oxford United went first) 1 - James Roberts [scored] 4 - Joe Rothwell [saved] 5 - James Henry [scored] 8 - Josh Ruffels [scored] 9 - Josh Ashby [scored]

Comments:

ABBA penalty shoot out details (Brighton and Hove Albion went second) 2 - George Cox [scored] 3 - James Tilley [scored] 6 - Max Sanders [scored] 7 - Daniel Mandriou [scored] 10 - Steven Alzate [scored] In line with Premier League and League Championship clubs being allowed to enter the competition, Brighton and Hove Albion had to select at least six players in their starting line-up who were aged under 21 on 30 June 2017.