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[Albion] Albion moment of the Decade - Group D

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Vote max Twice - Group D

  • Brighton 2 Palace 1 - 2018/19

    Votes: 21 33.9%
  • First Game in the Premier League v Man. City

    Votes: 13 21.0%
  • Return of Bobby Zamora 2015/16

    Votes: 14 22.6%
  • Steve Sidwell from the hallway line v Bristol City

    Votes: 35 56.5%

  • Total voters
  • Poll closed .
Feb 10, 2009
After stuffing into your Christmas turkey what more could you want than to vote for your two favourite moments from Group D

2-1 v Palace Away 2018/19

Albion took all three points away at Selhurst Park for the first time since 2005. Glenn Murray put us ahead ahead at half time before a typical Crystal Palace penalty pegged us back. Step up Anthony Knockaert who curled a fantastic edge of the box shot into the postage stamp to send Albion fans in the Arthur Waite stand into pandemonium and leave south London with all three points.

Man City @ Home - First Premier League Game

After a near thirty year absence Albion returned to the top flight against the reigning champions Manchester City. 30,415 were in attendance to see us hold out for 60 minutes before the deadlock was broken with two quick goals. It finished in a 2-0 deficit but the cries of ‘Brighton are back’ ringing round the stadium live long in the memory.

Return of Bobby Zamora 2015/16

It had been twelve years since Bobby played and scored in his final game against Grimsby Town in 2003. But Zamora returned to an amazing AMEX reception in 2015/16 before scoring some iconic goals, the first being a last minute winner away at Elland Road before kissing the badge in front of the away end. Other iconic moments include a winner in front of the North Stand against Bristol City and a gut busting run and finish vs. Huddersfield. Sheer bliss.

Sidwell from the Halfway Line 5/11/16

Remember, Remember the fifth of November! Steve Sidwell from the halfway line! What a night in Bristol as Albion came away with all three points. The night will certainly be remembered for the touching tribute following the amazing Sidwell goal from the half way like, with the whole team running to the bench and lifting an Anthony Knockaert shirt in the air in tribute to his late father who had recently passed away.

Next up tomorrow morning, Group E

3-1 v Palace with 10 Men 2018/19
Murray v Birmingham 16/17
West Ham Away 3-0 2017/18
Watford 0 Brighton 3 Potter’s 1st Game

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