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Dunk slammed for tackle but Seagulls earn a deserved point

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It was entirely in keeping with Brighton's campaign that Palace scored on their first meaningful attack.

It took a last-minute equaliser from Alexis MacAllister to pull them level against their bitter rivals, and seal a draw that was the very least that they deserved.


Brighton had almost all of the ball and almost all of the chances but they so nearly left Selhurst Park with none of the points.

For much of the afternoon it felt like another day when the result would not match their performance, until MacAllister's fierce finish cancelled out Wilfried Zaha's early penalty in the final moments of normal time.

With Palace defending in their usual shape, Brighton struggled for so long to convert their dominance into goalscoring opportunities.

"We were slightly guilty of defending the lead rather than looking forward and trying to increase the lead."
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