Brighton vs. Crystal Palace live stream

Aubrey Yates
December 8, 2018

Brighton started the game brightly, taking the lead through Glenn Murray's penalty on 24 minutes before teammate, Shane Duffy, was sent off for pushing an opponent.

The Premier League returns midweek with a Tuesday game between Brighton and Crystal Palace at Falmer Stadium.

A red card to Shane Duffy in the 28th minute, however, forced Hughton to shuffle his defence and thus introduced Balogun for Pascal Gross. Leon Balogun added a second for the home side and Florin Andone a third in first half injury time.

The goal also became a record in the EPL as it is now the second fastest goal scored by a substitute. It was key for his first-half goal and kept Palace on their toes as the hosts sat back after the interval.

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With more teams able to nullify Zaha, who has not scored since mid-September, Palace are lacking a cutting edge and they have taken only one point this season in a match where the opposition scored. The Ivory Coast winger has scored three goals and assisted on two others.

Balogun conceded a penalty 10 minutes before the end by fouling Wilfried Zaha and Luka Milivojevic stepped up to pull one back, but it was not enough to stop Chris Hughton's side from sealing all three points to rise to 10th in the standings.

Replays appeared to show the Palace man had touched the ball before the Colombian went down, but Glenn Murray converted the spot kick for his ninth league goal of the season. Brighton will take on Burnley at Turf Moor on the same day.

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