Now click here to read today's match report after that dramatic finish at the Amex.
That's it, neither side can muster a game-winning opportunity in the four minutes of stoppage time and they remain level in the table.
Burnley's first shot on target - by Jeff Hendrick - denies Brighton their first home win since 2 March.
Where did that come from?!
Just after the board goes up for stoppage time and Brighton replace Solly March with Gaetan Bong, Burnley charge forward and Matej Vydra lays off for fellow substitute Jeff Hendrick to drill a first-time strike into the bottom corner from 20 yards. Crisp as you like.Copyright: Getty Images
Not much pressure now from Burnley, they just can't get hold of the ball. That Maupay goal could be enough for Brighton.
Big moment for Aaron Connolly as the youngster comes on to make his home debut in the Premier League, replacing Neal Maupay.
Some frustration from Burnley as Ashley Westwood is booked for a high boot on goalscorer Neal Maupay.
Brighton striker Glenn Murray makes way for midfielder Aaron Mooy.
Final roll of the dice for Burnley as Matej Vydra comes on for Jack Cork.
Brighton are pushing for a second goal, but they're not going to get it like that!
Pascal Gross lays off for Glenn Murray on the left and the striker tries to curl it inside the far post from just outside the box. The striker gets it well wrong, though, and sends it well wide.
Neal Maupay and James Tarkowski both lunge for a loose ball and clatter into each other, with Tarkowski coming off worse. The Burnley defender needs treatment.
Second change by Burnley boss Sean Dyche as Jay Rodriguez comes on for fellow striker Chris Wood. Not a great day for the ex-Brighton loanee.Copyright: Reuters
Pascal Gross delivers a teasing inswinging cross from the right and Nick Pope punches clear under pressure from Shane Duffy.
The Brighton defender's head collides with Pope's arm and he needs treatment. Looks like he'll be fine to continue though.
It's been a quiet game for Chris Wood, but he almost grabbed an equaliser for Burnley there.
Ashley Westwood headed the ball into the box before Ashley Barnes volleyed goalwards. It was going wide and Wood failed to divert it on target, instead sidefooting it just wide.
The Burnley looks for the flag to spare his blushes but no, he is onside. Big miss.
Jeff Hendrick replaces Aaron Lennon to make his 100th Premier League appearance.
Can Burnley get back into it?
Another chance for Brighton as Glenn Murray turns his man near the byline and cuts back for Davy Propper, but the Dutch midfielder can't keep his header. The ball came on to him a little too quick really.
Brighton work some room for Pascal Gross outside the box and he tries his luck from over 25 yards. Flies well wide though.
Erik Pieters' cross is deflected behind for a corner.
Dwight McNeil's delivery is headed clear before Burnley win another corner, which again leads to nothing.
And Burnley can't say it wasn't coming.
Brighton find Solly March on the left. He feints a couple of times before dinking the ball towards the penalty spot, where Neal Maupay volleyed inside the far post on the turn.
Poor defending by Burnley, they just sat off March and allowed him to pick out his cross. Nice finish by Maupay though.Copyright: Reuters
Brighton release Neal Maupay down the left and he forces Nick Pope to save with his feet at his near post.
Pascal Gross hits the corner straight into the arms of the Burnley keeper.
Brighton are first to go close in the second half as Glenn Murray spins his marker from a throw and his low cross hits Matt Lowton and goes behind.
The corner results in Dale Stephens having a tame effort blocked before Davy Propper sliced a shot well wide.