Danny Welbeck’s first goal for Brighton set Albion to their first win in seven Premier League games, following a controversy at Villa Park.
The former Manchester United and Arsenal striker gave the visitors a half-time lead. Aston Villa equalized early in the second half through Estri Conza.
With a beautiful curling effort, Solly March quickly restored Brighton’s lead, with Graham Potter’s team winning 2-1.
However, they were forced to sweat at the time of the injury because they sent Tariq Lampti for two challenges that could book John McGinn and then Jack Greelish.
Lampette was on the bench before Villa was awarded a penalty after dropping Tresgate in March. However, after being invited to contact VAR, referee Michael Oliver reversed his decision.
Villa have now lost all three home games after beating Premier League champions Liverpool 7-2 in early October.
Surprisingly, Dean Smith, who had a great success at Arsenal before the international break, picked the unchanging team. However, five minutes after Ross Barkley was injured, Villa Bose was forced to change his plans.
The midfielder was seen making changes to a wrist during the free kick, and was replaced by Bertrand Troy.
Smith hopes this will not be a serious problem as Barclays will be a big miss for Villa, who impressed after taking a loan from Chelsea.
Things got even worse as the hosts went backwards after 12 minutes. The goal was against the run of the game, but Brighton did it well. Pascal Gross and Adam Lallana recaptured their own half. Welbeck was sent clean through the ball.
Welbeck still had a lot to do, carrying the ball halfway across the pitch and quietly raising the shot against former Arsenal teammate Emiliano Martinez.
Villa were supposed to equalize quickly, but Aaron Webster denied Trezeguet with a heroic goal-line clearance. The Egyptians made a comeback from seven yards over the crossbar.
When Tresgate reached the goal in the first half, this time when an attempt was made from outside the area, Matthew Ryan came down well and saved.
Martinez quickly defeated Neil M uppe when Welbeck scored.
Villa finished the first half strong. Before Ben White created a goal-saving block to dismiss Ollie Watkins, Ryan made an unofficial defense on his goal line to avoid a header from Tyrone Ming.
After the break the hosts maintained their pace and qualified early in the second half. From a free kick, Trover put a great ball into the box, and Konsa extended his run to the perfect time, with the outstretched leg to return the ball home.
The game went end-to-end, and 56 minutes later Brighton re-established their lead. Gross play shifted to the left and March was selected with a rocking pass. March then rolled a superb shot into the far corner of the net beyond Martinez.
At the midway point of the second half, when the tempo slowed down a bit, the crazy speed seemed to catch up with the players. The villa began to look tired and lacking in ideas, and Brighton was a little empty, too busy to get up on the pitch.
As they did so, in the 78th minute, with a counterattack, Ma uppe tried to cross to the end of a gross cross, leading the ball wide.
Brighton kept their lead comfortable but threatened to make a mistake in the final. After collecting two yellow cards in a row, Lampty was sent off at the time of the injury.
Villa were awarded a penalty, but replays suggested the ball may have played enough in March. Referee Oliver thought so after checking the pitchside monitor and invalidating his initial decision, the wrath of Villa Bose Smith.