Ghanaian footballer Tariq Lamptey out here ending careers. He has literally ended Marcos Alonso’s career with a hot nutmeg.

The English under 21 marauding full back of Ghanaian descent stole the headlines in Brighton’s home loss to title contenders Chelsea at the American Express (AMEX) stadium on Monday night.

He was superb throughout the encounter especially in the first half making mockery out of Spanish full back Marcos Alonso on the right hand side. He contributed with an assist as Brighton fell to a 3-1 loss at their backyard against the big spending Chelsea.

Tariq Lamptey had more touches (44) than any other player on the pitch during the first half of Brighton vs. Chelsea.

Tariq Lamptey’s game by numbers vs. Chelsea:

82 touches
8 final ⅓ entries
7 duels won
6 penalty area entries
5 recoveries
4 crosses
3 interceptions
3 tackles
2 chances created
1 assist

Jorginho, Reece James and Kurt Zouma were more than enough for Frank Lampard to pick a win on match day one.

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By Alfredo E.

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