Brighton & Hove Albion can’t wear Wolves down.

Posted On 19 Sep 2015 at 5:57 pm

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 0 

The Seagulls drew a blank a Molineux despite winning a first half penalty, but Tomer Hemed saw his spot kick and rebound saved by Wolves on loan keeper Emiliano Martinez .

The much travelled Adam Le Fondre almost put Wolves in front with half an hour gone, but Hemed Somewhat redeemed himself, clearing his goal bound off the  line.

Albion were handed another advantage early in the second half as Wolves Conor Coady was sent off for a bad tackle on Liam Rosenoir. 

Albion introduced Elvis Manu for his debut and he had a chance to score as well as providing some good crosses, as was Jamie Murphy. 

Beram Kayal had a couple of chances to clinch it for Albion and blazed over towards the end . 

Wolves themselves despite their one man disadvantage still caused Albion some problems . Benik Afobe having a couple a efforts before the end. 

The Seagulls next take on Bolton at the Macron Stadium on Saturday 26th September. 

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