The 24-year-old midfielder admits that he does not have to admit that the seagulls suffered a defeat at home against the Toffees
Mali international Yves Bissouma has yet to comment on how Brighton and Hove Albion suffered their first defeat of the season against Everton in the Premier League.
The Seagulls’ unbeaten start to the season came to an end after goals from Demarai Gray in the 41st minute and Dominic Calvert-Lewin in the 58th minute, from the penalty spot, sentenced them to a 2-0 defeat at Falmer Park.
Brighton, led by Graham Potter, made a good start to the season by winning their first two games 2-1 against Burnley at Turf Moor, before beating Watford 2-0 at home.
But Everton’s first win since Brighton since April 1983 in Brighton has left the 24-year-old midfielder hurt and disgusted.
“I find it hard to digest this defeat by wanting to win our third game in a row for a great club with incredible fans,” Bissouma explained on his Twitter handle.
“But unfortunately, as we say in football, nothing is planned in advance, but the best lies ahead, focusing on the next Brighton.”
Bissouma have already played 270 minutes since the start of the season, starting in all three games they have played so far.
Against the Toffees he received his first yellow card of the season after a fight on Andros Townsend in the 61st minute.
The midfielder has been linked in a recent move to a move to Arsenal maintenance, Potter remains optimistic that the player will be part of the team this season.
“I’ve been answering questions about Yves for a long time, it’s part of my daily routine,” Potter said.
‘I answer questions about Yves, or when Tariq [Lamptey] fit it was he, it’s just a part of football. He enjoys his football, I can not control what others do or think.
“I know he’s with us. You can see from his performances that he is dedicated to Brighton, so we are delighted about that. ”
After losing defender Ben White to the Gunners, Potter still maintains that anything can happen before the transfer window closes.
“The reality is that I, and I think our fans will understand that, is that you can not rule anything out in football,” Potter said.
“We all understand that if Real Madrid or Barcelona or someone with incredible finances comes in, we know where we are in the hierarchy of football.”
Brighton have a two-week break to prepare for their next game as they visit promotional Brentford on 11 September.