Brighton vs AS Roma

Brighton vs AS Roma Player Ratings as Daniele De Rossi’s side secure UEL Quarter Final spot

Brighton vs AS Roma Match Summary

AS Roma returned to England in a hope for another win after 23 years with the last time earned was against Liverpool in the 2000/01 season of Europa League. Daniele De Rossi’s squad came to Amex Stadium with a 4-0 advantage on aggregate after winning the first leg at Olimpico. 

De Rossi made seven changes to his squad from his team against Fiorentina earlier this last week. Mile Svilar, Evan Ndicka, Gianluca Mancini and Bryan Cristante are the only names remaining. On the home side, The Seagulls put on Tariq Lamptey, Billy Gilmour, Adam Lallana, Julio Enciso and Danny Wellbeck from the start.

Welbeck went to score in the first half after putting the ball into the top right of Mile Svilar net. Brighton remained in the lead with one goal to nil, allowing Roma to get through to the quarter final for the second time in two seasons. 

Brighton vs AS Roma Players Ratings

Brighton Players Ratings

Bart Verbruggen – 6.6/10

Clean sheet at home, providing one crucial save avoiding AS Roma to score another goal in this round.

Pervis Estupinan – 6.5/10 

Providing one assist for Danny Welbeck in the first half

Lewis Dunk – 6.8/10

Solid partnership with Paul van Hecke, winning two tackles plus 92% of pass completion.

Jan Paul van Hecke – 6.5/10

Made two clearances and committed one foul.

Tariq Lamptey – 6.4/10

One tackle and one interception were part of his contribution in the game

Billy Gilmour – 6.4/10

Delivering 90% successful passes in the game, the most by Brighton players

Pascal Groß – 6.6/10

Dictating the midfield tempo alongside Gilmour during the game. 

Simon Adingra – 6.3/10

Won two aerial duels, dribbles, and tackles throughout the match

Adam Lallana – 6.5/10

Impressive in the midfield with winning tackle and interception

Julio Enciso – 6.2/10

Made one important clearance in the game.

Danny Welbeck – 7.3/10
Brighton’s brightest players in the first half, including his superb goal to cut the goal deficit.


Ansu Fati – 6.0/10

Coming in the second half, replacing Julio Enciso

Facundo Buonanotte – 6.0/10

Coming in the second half, replacing Adam Lallana

Evan Ferguson – 6.0/10

Playing his sixth Europa League game this season, all of them were coming from the bench

Igor Julio – 6.0/10

Participating in his sixth appearance for Brighton in the Europa League this season

Carlos Noom Quomah Baleba – 

Coming on the 85th minute to replace Billy Gilmour

AS Roma Players Ratings

Mile Svilar – 7.5/10

The 24-year-old Belgian made numerous crucial saves to keep a clean sheet.

Leonardo Spinazzola – 6.1/10

Collecting one shot and 51 touches through the match. Good performance to bring Roma get through.

Evan Ndicka – 5.8/10 

Not much impact on the game in this away fixture.

Gianluca Mancini
Conceding a yellow at the first half after fouling Julio Enciso right on the edge of the box.

Bryan Cristante – 5.9/10

With 77.3% of pass completion, Cristante dictated the midfield well with 28 ball touches.

Zeki Celik – 6.0/10

Only two times he has not played 90 minutes for Roma in Europa League this season. 

Lorenzo Pellegrini – 6.3/10

One shot and one key pass for Roma in this game, collecting 84% of pass completion.

Edoardo Bove – 6.2/10

Completed 85% of his passing distribution, as well as 29 touches to keep the ball flowing throughout the game

Sardar Azmound – 5.9/10

The Iranian collected one shot and one key passes but did not converted it into a goal for Roma

Tommaso Baldanzi – 6.1/10

The youngster has 82.6% of completed pass, promising performance for Roma

Nicola Zawlenksi – 6.5/10

Delivering one key pass throughout the game and collected 86.7% of its distribution. 


Diego Llorente 6.0/10 

Adding more dimension to Roma’s defensive line.

Houssem Aouar –

Coming on late seven minutes to the stoppage, replacing Baldanzi.

Joao Costa – 

Replacing Sardar Azmoun in the 90th minute

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