Graham Potter is proud of the split points of ‘amazing’ players in Brighton and Wolves’

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After Brighton came back from a two-goal deficit to draw 3-3 with Wolves, Graham Potter praised the “amazing” response of his players. After a Romain Saiss header, a Dan Burn own goal and a Ruben Neves penalty placed the visitors ahead after Aaron Connolly’s early opening goal, the Albions were on the verge of another Premier League loss.

In the second half, the Seagulls got into the game better and better and equalized from a Neal Maupay penalty with a Lewis Dunk header. Thelads.jpg #BHAFC pic.twitter.com/t2VbdfUvJ8- Brighton & Hove Albion (@OfficialBHAFC) January 2, 2021 This season, Potter’s 17th-minute side, which also hit Adam Webster’s woodwork, are still without a home victory, but he was pleased with their fighting spirit. It was clearly difficult for us at half-time because we scored too many goals,” the Brighton head coach said, “but we wanted to show an answer, we wanted to show character and I think we had that. The header of Lewis Dunk won Brighton a point (John Sibley/PA) The relegation-threatened Seagulls are now three points clear of last place, despite having played two games more than 18th-placed Fulham. In this country, it is easy to be cynical, but he is a fantastic professional and a fantastic individual. Although Albion dominated the second half, they were almost denied a 14th point in a difficult season when substitute Owen Otasowie somehow headed over the goal in stoppage time (Gareth Fuller/PA) Although Albion dominated the second half, they were almost denied a 14th point in a difficult season when substitute Owen Otasowie somehow headed over the goal in stoppage time. Nuno Espirito Santo, the Wolves coach, was disappointed that despite being so well in the game, they had given away two points, but refused to blame individuals “For Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo (Gareth Copley/PA), it was a frustrating night, “We knew Brighton would react and we had to manage and we didn’t.” (It was) disappointing. We need to do much better in the second half of this game today. “I’m disappointed in myself, disappointed in everyone. “We’ve got to do something better. I am not personally disappointed with any of our players. “In the first half, we do a fantastic job and the game goes away.”

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