'Can we please get a statue of Glenn Murray at the Amex' Brighton fans react as striker seals vital point at West Ham
Glenn Murray scored the equalising goal to earn Brighton and Hove Albion a crucial point against West Ham at the London Stadium.
The veteran striker, starting a Premier League match for the first time since September, grabbed his seventh career goal against the Hammers in the 79th minute to seal a 3-3 draw. Pascal Gross and an own goal from West Ham defender Ogbonna helped Albion to stay clear of the drop zone.
Here's what social media had to say:
Hats off to Potter today. Most managers wouldn’t have been at the game today after losing their father. He looks devastated. So glad the team really fought second half and got that point. #BHAFC
So glad I didn’t put anything on Twitter regarding my reaction to seeing March and Schelotto getting on the pitch 3-1 down. Changed the game that. Viva la Potter #BHAFC
FT 3-3: I love Glenn Murray. What a game. Terrible first half but managed to snatch a point. Deserved to win that in the end. Hopefully this is the game that turns our season back around
Murray scores, VAR gives it and then its madness. I do love to celebrate. #bhafc
#BHAFC supporters should have the right to get discounted health insurance I swear.
Glenn Murray still scoring goals for fun in the Premier League aged 36! What a man! #BHAFC
Anddddd breathe! At least we showed some character second half and fought. March changed the game and did really well when he came on, desperate not to score that free kick!! A crucial point to stop a team near us in the table gaining 3 points on us. #BHAFC
Everyone around us was criticising the double change at 3-1 due to the personnel coming on. The sustained pressure out wide led eventually to the goals. You don't always keep the best players on the pitch like Aaron Mooy, you tinker it to the situation. #bhafc
Can we please get a statue of Murray outside the Amex... #bhafc