Leandro Trossard scored one goal and created two others as Brighton & Hove Albion beat Manchester United 4-0 for their first home win of the year and ended their opponents’ slim top-four hopes.
Brighton went ahead on 15 minutes through Moises Caicedo’s first Premier League goal.
Marc Cucurella doubled Brighton’s lead on 49 minutes when he hammered in Trossard’s pass for his first PL goal as well.
Trossard then teed up Pascal Gross to slot home Brighton’s third eight minutes later.
The Belgian added his name to the scoresheet three minutes later, bundling in the ball on the hour-mark.
A third match unbeaten keeps Brighton ninth on 47 points.
Man Utd are sixth, with 58 points, six ahead of West Ham United, who have played two matches fewer.