Brighton blow Palace away after Shane Duffy's red

Brighton blow Palace away after Shane Duffy's red

Those violent scenes were not repeated on Tuesday but Brighton were reduced to 10 men four minutes after going ahead when Shane Duffy was shown a straight red for attempting to head butt Palace defender Patrick van Aanholt. Hughton decided not to start leading scoring Glenn Murray and Alireza Jahanbakhsh against Huddersfield.

It was the second quickest by a substitute after Daniel Sturridge's goal versus West Ham United - a feat achieved after 24 seconds. However, the 25-year-old was the epitome of professionalism as he chased after every ball. Zaha has been involved in half of Palace's goals this season. Winning a penalty nine minutes from time was too little, too late.

Murray scored a penalty in Tuesday night's 3-1 win over Crystal Palace, before being forced out after 35 minutes.

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.

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Brighton have now won six Premier League games this term and are placed 10th with 21 points in the EPL log.

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

- Seagulls striker Glenn Murray has scored the opening goal in five Premier League games this season - only Mohamed Salah (6) has done so in more.

Roy Hodgson opted to start nearly all of his regular against Burnley on Saturday.