- Seagulls without a win in seven
- Murray misses first half PK
- Wood denied twice in second half
Brighton and Hove Albion drew 0-0 with Burnley at the Amex Stadium on Saturday with Chris Hughton‘s side now without a win in seven games and they’ve scored just once in their last six Premier League encounters.
Glenn Murray blazed over a first half penalty kick to add to Brighton’s woes, while Burnley were denied by Mat Ryan in the second half as the spoils were shared.
With the point Burnley move on to 32 points, while Brighton have 18 and are just three points above the drop zone.
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Brighton did most of the pressing early on with Murray causing plenty of problems and Burnley could hardly get out of their own half.
Johann Berg Gudmundsson had a shot which flew just wide but that was as close as the Clarets came.
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James Tarkowski bundled over Murray in the box but the Brighton forward blasted the penalty kick over the bar as the Seagulls wasted a glorious opportunity.
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Chris Wood forced Mat Ryan into a save early in the second half but the chances kept coming for Brighton.
Knockaert squirmed an effort just wide of the far post for Brighton and then Wood had the ball in the net after Scott Arfield was twice denied but he was in an offside position.
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Ryan denied Wood again late on as he closed down the onrushing Burnley forward brilliantly, and both teams had to settle for a point on the South Coast.