Brighton v. Burnley | PREMIER LEAGUE EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS | 2/9/19 | NBC Sports



  • Johnny Carchi  (Feb 9, 2019))

    Tom heaten what a goalkeeper!!!

  • jtim83  (Feb 10, 2019))

    Abhi Ram ah, that makes since then. Hopefully with Heaton’s help, Burnley can stay up

  • Abhi Ram  (Feb 10, 2019))

    jtim83 Heaton and their second gk were injured

  • Samuel Stephen  (Feb 9, 2019))

    For a team threatened by relegation, Burnley keep getting away with a lot of crap. Incompetent refereeing again in the PL. VAR cannot come soon enough.

  • Eric Han  (Feb 10, 2019))

    +Dustin Edwards Invalid argument. One goal can boost up morale and potentially lead to an equalizer. Not to mention if Brighton got the penality then theres no penality for Burnley.

  • Jamie Gajewski  (Feb 10, 2019))

    Your right, it was disgusting reffing. Especially when you have the best view of everything. Unbelievable.

  • hakeim james  (Feb 9, 2019))

    But Tom Heaton though

  • Ashton Blackmon  (Feb 10, 2019))

    He's a big cat isn't he?

  • Jonathan Alejo  (Feb 9, 2019))

    Again, VAR is a must in the Premier League. How can you expect players to give it their all to compete in this high level football league and have games be tainted by absurd referee decisions.

  • omar xassan  (Feb 9, 2019))

    it will be next season mate

  • Dee Emm  (Feb 9, 2019))

    Tom Heaton is my MOTM. Great saves to keep Burnley in the game. Refs were CRAPPY!!!

  • Andrew Dow  (Feb 9, 2019))

    I wounder why thry didnt let wood have his hattrick?

  • Alfred Rieder  (Feb 10, 2019))

    The win is more important. They're facing relegation and a two goal lead with 15 minutes isn't enough. But three nil and it's in your hands

  • Benjamin von Werder  (Feb 10, 2019))

    It should have been 2-2

  • Rob Duckworth  (Feb 9, 2019))

    Burnley are back. Simples.

  • Alfred Rieder  (Feb 10, 2019))

    Back to mid table?

  • RADOSLAV TV  (Feb 9, 2019))

    give some leadups to the goal,,, poor editing

  • Johan Griffiths  (Feb 10, 2019))

    Tom Heaton putting up a strong case for the England no.1