I Scored Best Goal of My Career: Alireza Jahanbakhsh


Meanwhile, three fans were ejected from the Amex Stadium for "unacceptable abuse" during Wednesday's game.Brighton have confirmed two home fans and a Chelsea supporter were removed from the stadium and later arrested following unrelated incidents.

"We allowed them to stay in it".

"We've got work to do", he said.

Brighton midfielder Alireza Jahanbakhsh is looking forward to rewatching his outstanding overhead kick that he scored in the 1-1 draw with Chelsea on New Year's Day.

"In the end, the tactics matched up for both teams but they were better than us".

"We are very happy that after the hard work from the academy coaches and staff that these young lads have their opportunities".

Jahanbakhsh marked his first league start of a frustrating season under Graham Potter by scoring the opening goal of last Saturday's 2-0 win over Bournemouth.

"You have to deal with it in games, it's part of the process". "Our play was really fearless and we got our reward".

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Christian Pulisic spurned a hatful of opportunities as the U.S. forward repeatedly turned Brighton's defence inside-out, only to fail to deliver any end-product.

Last month, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard said that he would support his team if they chose to walk off the pitch if their players were being targeted by racist chanting from the stands. But we were lucky not to lose the game.

"But then we just decided not to keep doing that, not to keep doing the simple things".

"It was the best goal of my career", he told BT Sport.

Jahanbakhsh's acrobatic finish capped a fine festive period for Brighton's Iran striker.

Brighton President and CEO Paul Barber suggested that now is the time for the courts to impose tougher sentences for such offenses.

"He's been fantastic here, hugely professional and has worked hard and improved greatly".

"I don't think there was anything sinister in it, just a really heavy contact. Since I joined the club, I always wanted to show my quality, be important for the team and just show the fans I can be involved with wins and help the team to get points", he said.