A week earlier, the Turkey global had opened his account as the Blues slumped to a 2-1 reversal against Burnley.
"There was our opportunity to improve and come out better second-half and unfortunately, we didn't".
"We went in at half-time haven't not played well but very much still in the game". They will be looking for more success against Everton on Saturday.
Allardyce also confirmed that Morgan Schneiderlin and Idrissa Gueye missed the win through illness, adding: 'We knew Morgan was ill and I think Gana has caught the same bug so first thing this morning we got the call that he couldn't make it so we had a little think about it.
Brighton's Anthony Knockaert was red-carded in the 80th minute following a wild tackle on Baines, and Wayne Rooney then had an 88th-minute penalty saved by Mathew Ryan.
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"It will be a memory that I cherish, but across the ball we weren't good enough in the game for long enough period".
The three successive home wins are the only victories in 12 Premier League games for Everton, who have lost five in a row away.
The result leaves Brighton in 11th spot on the league table, seven points above the drop zone.
Hughton says Brighton were not at the level expected if they are to stay in the Premier League, and insists the best side won. I feel like I have settled into England as well and I hope I can keep going like this and keep scoring goals.
Chris Hughton has lamented his Brighton team for not spotting the "warning signs" during the first half of their eventual 2-0 defeat to Everton.
'As a manager you try to raise your players for every game, and it's very hard when you are playing against good opposition'.