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Brighton swoop late to hold Crystal Palace

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Wilfried Zaha had looked set to be the Seagulls' nemesis once again by putting the Eagles on course for victory with a first-half penalty.

In addition to denying Palace all-important bragging rights, the late leveller moved Albion onto four points from five matches, with their opponents three better off.



In between those opportunities, on-loan Chelsea man Batshuayi had a strike chalked off for offside, although Palace opportunities were almost non-existent.



Brighton ended the match a man down after captain Lewis Dunk was deservedly shown a straight red card for a two-footed lunge at Gary Cahill while attempting to force home a dramatic injury-time winner.

With Albion on the verge off an unjust defeat to bitter rivals, Argentina midfielder Mac Allister picked a timely moment to claim his maiden Premier League goal by firing in from the edge of the box.

Palace had snatched a 1-0 win at the Amex Stadium in February and looked set to hang again here.

Eagles defender Ward gifted possession to Maupay and the ball was moved on to Mac Allister, who struck a deflected effort into the left corner to spark jubilation in the visiting dugout.
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