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Live Reporting

By Saj Chowdhury

All times stated are UK

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  1. FULL-TIME

    Brighton 2-0 Norwich

    It's all over.

    Another great win for Potter's men.

    What now for Daniel Farke and Brighton?

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    Brighton 2-0 Norwich

    Steven Alzate looks like he's about to add a third but his jinking in the area finishes with a shot very high and wide.

    That'll be kept off the YouTube reel.

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    Brighton 2-0 Norwich

    Three minutes to go.

    Norwich need a hot bath, while Brighton would be happy to stay out by the looks of it.

  4. GOAL - Brighton 2-0 Norwich

    Shane Duffy

    Game very much over.

    Substitute Shane Duffy steals in through a crowd of players to get on the end of a free-kick which was lofted in from the left.

    And relax Brighton fans.

    As for the Canaries...

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    Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at the Amex

    Daniel Farke has made the change by introducing Josip Drmic and The Canaries certainly need a flash of inspiration from somewhere.

    Emiliano Buendia's free-kick, wildly off target from a very decent position, sums up his day so far.

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    Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Emiliano Buendia produces one of the worst free-kicks I've seen in recent Premier League history.

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    Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Norwich have a free-kick - about 20 yards from goal and slightly right of centre.

    Can they?

    Will they?

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    Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Tim Krul shows hands of steel to keep out Neal Maupay's firework of s shot from 12 yards.

    Josip Drmic comes on for Marco Stiepermann.

  9. Trybull quest

    Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Tom Trybull turns in the area but his shot is deflected wide - the Canaries produce nothing from the resulting corner.

    About 17 minutes to go.

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    Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at the Amex

    It was coming. Brighton's final touches had been wayward but they have been carrying the threat and that was a neat touch by Leandro Trossard.

    Frustration for Norwich City manager Daniel Farke but they must show more creativity - or at least do not over-do it when they do work a decent position.

  11. GOAL - Brighton 1-0 Norwich

    Leandro Trossard

    Trossard's wunderbar!

    The Belgian came on in the 59th minute and scores in the 68th.

    It's Martin Montoya who fires a ball from the right into the area - the substitute gets to ball first and produces a deft first-time angled finish.

    A brilliant strike.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Glenn Murray is warming up for the Seagulls. They need an extra injection of something up front.

  13. YELLOW CARD

    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Was Marco Stiepermann watching the World Cup final earlier?

    He barges Davy Propper off the ball and gets a yellow card for his troubles.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Pascal Gross plays the ball to the feet of Brighton's Aaron Connolly - the Irish forward goes for the chip but it's high and wide.

    A page turn later Davy Propper curls a shot a few inches wide.

    Leandro Trossard, who impressed against Everton last week, comes on for Pascal Gross.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Dale Stephens' shot from 25 yards has lots of fizz and looks to have just missed the far post, but the replay shows it missed the upright by about three feet or so.

    At least it raised the heart rate a little.

    This half has not been as good as the first, so far.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at the Amex

    Emiliano Buendia is very skilful but really been over-doing it today after getting himself into good positions.

    Norwich City are spending a lot of time on the back foot so they need him to be less selfish and take advantage when they have that rare chance.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Pascal Gross' sidefoot shot comes off the head of Martin Montoya.

    It was nothing more than a half-chance to be fair.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer at the Amex

    Norwich City had to weather a storm from the elements and Brighton at the end of that first half but they survived.

    Neal Maupay should have given them the lead but as the half went on The Seagulls looked the more threatening side.

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    Brighton 0-0 Norwich

    Dale Stephens was lucky to get away with a poor pass to keeper Mat Ryan - luckily for him he got away with it, with Teemu Pukki close by.