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Brighton 3-2 Leicester

Brighton came from two goals down to beat high-flying Leicester City.

Matty Fryatt struck twice before the interval for Leicester, scoring with a low drive after 35 minutes and pouncing from close range seven minutes later.

Bradley Johnson, loan from Leeds, reduced the deficit from 25 yards on the hour and levelled with another powerful shot five minutes from time.

Leicester's Jack Hobbs then turned Joe Anyinsah's cross into his own net for the winner a minute from time.


Brighton: Sullivan, Whing, Elphick, Hawkins, Richards, Savage (Thornton 46), Johnson, Thomson, Anyinsah, Virgo, McLeod (Cox 46).
Subs Not Used: El-Abd, Livermore, Fraser.

Booked: Savage, Richards, Elphick.

Goals: Johnson 60, 84, Hobbs 89 og.

Leicester: Martin, Hobbs, Tunchev, Kisnorbo, Berner, Gradel (Adams 87), Powell, Andy King, Dyer, Howard, Fryatt.
Subs Not Used: Henderson, Morrison, Hayles, Mattock.

Booked: Kisnorbo, Howard, Berner.

Goals: Fryatt 35, 42.

Att: 6,282

Ref: Keith Hill (Hertfordshire).



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