Swansea City 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 1
Albion’s remarkable adventure continues as they secured back-to-back wins and are now unbeaten in four Premier League matches.
Glenn Murray scored his fourth goal of the season from an Anthony Knockaert cross after just half an hour.
Swansea defender Federico Fernandez appeared to duck out of the way of Knockaert’s cross, allowing Murray a tap in with Lucas Fabianski wrong-footed.
Albion looked comfortable throughout the match and were good value for their win.
The social media commentators who predicted at the start of the season that the Albion would break Derby’s lowest ever points total of 11, over the entire season, must now feel a little silly.
The Seagulls are eighth with a total of 15 points in early November.
Albion’s next three matches include Stoke City and arch-rivals Crystal Palace at the Amex.
A trip to Old Trafford to meet Manchester United is sandwiched in the middle.