Brighton & Hove Albion beat Spanish giants Valencia

Brighton & Hove Albion 2 Valencia 1

Albion beat former Spanish Champions League finalists Valencia 2-1 at the Amex with a Glenn Murray penalty and a bullet header from Shane Duffy.

The goals came after Rodrigo had put the visitors ahead just before the half hour.

All supporters had a “Bruno” mask attached to their seat as the former Albion and Valencia full-back oversaw the match.

A quarter of the gate receipts will be donated to Brighton and Hove charities chosen by the former captain turned coach.

Dan Burn and Leandro Trossard stood out as the Seagulls recorded a first Amex win for new boss Graham Potter.

Albion start their 2019-20 Premier League campaign at Watford next Saturday (10 August).

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