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We had the better chances, say duo

The Argus: Bruno in action for Albion at Burnley last night. Picture by Simon Dack Bruno in action for Albion at Burnley last night. Picture by Simon Dack

Tomasz Kuszczak and Bruno both savoured a hard-earned point last night – and admitted it might been three.

The big Polish goalkeeper excelled in his side’s 0-0 draw at free-scoring Burnley.

And right-back Bruno was part of another impressive rearguard action for a Seagulls side who boast the best defensive record away from home in the Championship.

It was only the Clarets’ second blank in league action this season at Turf Moor, where they are undefeated.

Kuszczak admitted: “It was a really difficult game. The opponents played really well.

“An away draw is always good but we had chances. We did our job in the back line. But one point good, three better!”

Bruno added: “They are a good team who are on good form and always have excellent results at home.

“It was a really difficult match. They put us under a lot of pressure but I thought we had the two most clear chances of the match with Kazenga (LuaLua) and Andrea (Orlandi), both inside their penalty area.”

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7:26am Wed 29 Jan 14

Aye Aye says...

I think most of us would have settled for a point before the game kicked off so, all in all, a decent shift from the boys last night. Shame about the Reading result but we're handily placed for that push for the play-offs. I remain confident that OG's the man for the job.
I think most of us would have settled for a point before the game kicked off so, all in all, a decent shift from the boys last night. Shame about the Reading result but we're handily placed for that push for the play-offs. I remain confident that OG's the man for the job. Aye Aye
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8:05am Wed 29 Jan 14

graham w says...

Listening to the game last night, it appears we unlucky not to have sneaked all three points one thing I noticed on radio is that the home support sound like a bunch of animals, its not the first time these obscenities have been heard from burnley supporters , they sound as if they need caging..
Listening to the game last night, it appears we unlucky not to have sneaked all three points one thing I noticed on radio is that the home support sound like a bunch of animals, its not the first time these obscenities have been heard from burnley supporters , they sound as if they need caging.. graham w
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3:31pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Brighton Bill says...

Our players were not allowed to get injured, if so they were constantly booed, pathetic Burnley fans. Yorkshire Seagull.
Our players were not allowed to get injured, if so they were constantly booed, pathetic Burnley fans. Yorkshire Seagull. Brighton Bill
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6:41pm Wed 29 Jan 14

Captain Haddock says...

Same old, same old re: the Neanderthals.

Anyway, a very good point all in all and our away defensive record gets even better!

A little part of me DOES go along with SMF's post on the last thread but I do think this was a result for the grinding in all honesty.
Same old, same old re: the Neanderthals. Anyway, a very good point all in all and our away defensive record gets even better! A little part of me DOES go along with SMF's post on the last thread but I do think this was a result for the grinding in all honesty. Captain Haddock
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