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Brighton blow Palace away after Shane Duffy's red

08 December 2018

Friend did not award a spot-kick when James Tomkins sent Murray to ground and while the striker received treatment on his shoulder Duffy was shown a red card for a clash with Van Aanholt.

Florin Andone came off the bench to replace Murray, and laid down a marker to stay in the team with a fine individual effort for Brighton's third goal.

Balogun's goal is the second fastest goal by a substitute in Premier League history.

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What does it mean? Hughton decided not to start leading scoring Glenn Murray and Alireza Jahanbakhsh against Huddersfield. However, the 25-year-old was the epitome of professionalism as he chased after every ball.

Brighton and Palace share a feisty rivalry with the fixture dubbed the "M23 derby" after the road that links the two clubs and last season's fixture was marred by crowd disturbances. The Ivory Coast worldwide created the opening that Milivojevic saw blocked by Bernardo but contributed little else in a dismal performance from Roy Hodgson's side.

Brighton's Glenn Murray is awaiting the outcome of tests on the shoulder injury he suffered in Tuesday's 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace.

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Zaha who has three goals this season will hope to put the unpleasant incident behind him when Palace take on West Ham United on Saturday as he hopes to help his side return to winning ways.

Brighton are 10th in the table with 21 points while Burnley are second from bottom on nine points.

Despite Shane Duffy's expulsion early in the encounter, Brighton held on to their lead as Luka Milivojevic pulled a goal back for Palace.

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The Seagulls are unbeaten in three games as they head to Turf Moor.

Brighton blow Palace away after Shane Duffy's red