Tottenham vs Brighton: Six moments including Dele Ali, Bob Marley and Declan McKenna
and live on Freeview channel 276
Brighton were on the front foot from the off and it didn't take long for Danny Welbeck to win a penalty after some loose defending. Pascal Gross converted the spot kick.
The visitors were the better team for much of the first half but Spurs grew into the game late on and did create chances. Richarlison couldn't beat the keeper one on one, and then put a shot wide from a low Werner cross.
Another moment saw him unable to get the ball out from under his feet, and then a strike was blocked by van Hecke. At other times, the Brazilian was just having one of those days when the ball didn't stick.
An off-balance hit from Kulusevski drew a fine save from Jason Steele.
It was Kulusevski who led the charge as an improved Spurs came out for the second half. The whole team was on the front foot and the breakthrough came on the hour mark.
Bentancur's magic feet brought the ball out of defence, then a Kulusevski pass found Sarr, whose cross was blocked onto the post. Sarr made no mistake with the rebound.
Before the goal, Ange Postecoglou was about to ring the changes, and he did so to a huge roar for returning captain Heung-Min Son, along with Yves Bissouma and Brennan Johnson.
The moment ebbed though and the game grew ragged. Brighton will feel hard done by not to come away with a point.
In the final minute of injury time, Richarlison received the ball on the break and fed Son, who put in a cross for Johnson to knock it in.
Dele Alli in the house
Familiar faces returned to the squad from international duty, but a Spurs legend was in the stadium and looking well - one Dele Alli.
Son the talisman
Coming on, the South Korean looked sharp and stepped out to the left, with in-form Richarlison preserved up front. Within minutes he was feeding Johnson for a chance and whipping a ball across in the box.
In the final seconds it was Son who put the ball across for Johnson's goal.
Romero in Lallana's head
An incident off the ball saw Cristian Romero colliding with Adam Lallana, flattening him and drawing on the physios. The forward returned, right as rain, but the conversation didn't end there.
The forward was stretching his shoulder gingerly when he was withdrawn early in the second half.
Bob Marley - One Love
The club perhaps doesn't make the most of one of its greatest fans, Bob Marley. The singer is in the headlines at the moment with a new biopic coming out starring Kentish Town's Kingsley Ben-Adir. At the stadium we get a remix of Could You Be Loved and then One Love at half time. Fans need more.
Of course, Bob can't be there in person, but the crowd does get to see Spurs fan Declan McKenna, who released his new album, What Happened to the Beach?, yesterday and is playing Ally Pally in April. A short acoustic set includes a snatch of Glory Glory Tottenham Hotspur.
Micky van de Ven has a moment
He's had a stunning first season but the super-fast centre-back is not perfect.
In the first minute Danny Welbeck pounced on a mistake and, after the striker sat down Bentancur, only a Vicario save prevented the worst possible start. Then a quarter an hour in, a backward swing of the Dutchman's leg caught the striker - penalty.
But the defender picked himself up and that remarkable pace saved the team's blushes on more than one occasion. For a moment in the second half it looked like he had overstretched during a block and picked up another injury - something Tottenham can ill afford.