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Balogun Absent Again As Brighton Earn Away Draw Against Crystal Palace 

Balogun Absent Again As Brighton Earn Away Draw Against Crystal Palace 

Super Eagles defender Leon Balogun was once again absent for Brighton and Hove Albion who played  1-1 draw with home side, Crystal Palace, at the Selhurst Park in Monday night’s Premier League game, Completesports.com reports.

Balogun is yet to feature in the Premier League for Brighton this season, with his only appearance coming in the League Cup in August.

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Second half goals from Neal Maupay for Brighton and Wilfried Zaha for Palace, saw both teams share the points.

Brighton dominated the early part of the second half and deservedly went ahead in the 54th minute through Maupay who controlled a cross and rifled it home.

Palace poured forward in search of the equaliser and were rewarded in the 76th minute through Zaha, who brought down a cross turned his marker and smashed a left-foot shot into the roof of the net.

The draw has helped Brighton to the 13th position in the league table on 20 points.

For Palace, they move up to ninth and now have 23 points after 17 Premier League games played so far this season.

By James Agberebi

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COMMENTS

WORDPRESS: 2
  • Definitely not football reason. Balogun is a proper defender n these sick fags in Brighton can’t make me believe less. Thumbs up Balogun. We are firmly standing by you. You made a mistake signing for Brighton but it’s time to get out of there. You still got at least 4 more years of very active football in you man.

     
    • Pompei 11 months ago

      Indeed, Balogun needs to GET THE HELL OUTTA THERE. A world cup defender has not played for a single minute this season! Why did they sign him in the first place? And when you watch their games, it is obvious, in fact clear as crystal, that the center backs on parade are not better than Balogun. So it begs the question – why is he not playing some games, at a minimum? This January transfer window must not pass Balogun by. If he is still at that accursed club by February, then I really fear for his football career.