Yves Bissouma

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Arsenal players after their draw with Brighton at the Emirates Stadium. Photograph: EPA

Arsenal 1 Brighton 1 Arsenal need a miracle to finish in the top four this season after stumbling to a draw in their last home league game. Victory (...)

Jurgen Locadia scores Brighton’s second against Derby. Photograph: Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty

Brighton & Hove Albion 2 Derby County 1 Brighton scraped into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup for the second successive season after Yves Bissou(...)

Briaghton’s Glenn Murray  scores his second goal during the FA Cup fourth-round replay against West Brom at The Hawthorns. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images

West Brom 1 Brighton 3 (aet) Glenn Murray sent Brighton into the FA Cup fifth round after they finally saw off West Brom. The striker climbed off th(...)

Cardiff City’s Sol Bamba scores their late winner in the Premier League game against  Brighton at Cardiff City Stadium. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

Cardiff City 2 Brighton 1 Neil Warnock took charge of his 100th game as Cardiff manager and there was plenty to celebrate as Sol Bamba scored a 90th-(...)

Shane Duffy after scoring for Brighton at St Mary’s Stadium. Photograph: Clive Rose/Getty Images

Southampton 2 Brighton 2 Southampton have grown used to suffering choking disappointment on their own patch in recent times, when the panic so often (...)

Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah celebrates scoring at Anfield. Photograph: PA

Liverpool 1 Brighton 0 Mohamed Salah extended his extraordinary goalscoring run at Anfield as Liverpool went top of the Premier League for the first (...)

Bournemouth’s Ryan Fraser puts the ball through the legs of Cardiff goalkeeper Neil Etheridge  during the Premier League match  at Vitality Stadium. Photograph:  Dan Mullan/Getty Images

Bournemouth 2 Cardiff 0 Cardiff’s first game back in the Premier League ended in a 2-0 defeat as goals from Ryan Fraser and Callum Wilson gave Bourne(...)

Brighton & Hove Albion manager Chris Hughton during a pre-season friendly match. Photograph: PA

Brighton boss Chris Hughton says he would accept a 17th-placed finish in the Premier League without a ball being kicked. The Seagulls start the new c(...)