01-Jan-2018 14:31:04 | The Guardian
This was the harshest of Premier League lessons for Brighton & Hove Albion, who twice surrendered the lead as Bournemouth garnered a point from what proved thoroughly entertaining fare on a dank Sussex afternoon.
Eddie Howe’s side have taken flak for playing themselves into trouble – as they did once again here – but Brighton did just that as Callum Wilson earned a priceless point. Glenn Murray, deemed an unwanted commodity at Bournemouth, had put Brighton in front against his former club early in the second half before Wilson popped up to level 11 minutes from time. For Chris Hughton’s side, this will be filed under two points dropped.
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