Roberto De Zerbi posed a crucial question to his Brighton team, and they delivered an impeccable response by thrashing Wolves 6-0. The victory was a much-needed one for Brighton, who were looking to bounce back from their midweek defeat at Nottingham Forest, which was a lingering aftereffect of their recent loss to Manchester United at Wembley.

Undav scored two goals, Enciso contributed with two assists, and Gilmour was hailed by his manager as the best player on the field. Danny Welbeck also made a significant impact, scoring two goals after being included in the starting line-up.

The win keeps Brighton's hopes of qualifying for European football alive, and De Zerbi can rely on his fringe players to step up during the team's busy schedule if they continue to perform at this level.

On the other hand, Wolves appeared to be playing as if they had already secured their Premier League status for next season, resulting in a poor display devoid of the fighting spirit that has helped them get out of trouble this season.