Albion boss Gus Poyet has admitted he got his tactics wrong in tonight's 2-2 comeback against Millwall at The Amex.

  Poyet started with three centre halves after right-back Inigo Calderon had been ruled out by a knee injury.

  He made a change after 39 minutes, bringing on winger Kazenga LuaLua in place of central defender Lewis Dunk, and LuaLua struck the Seagulls' opening goal as they recovered from 2-0 down.

  Poyet told The Argus: "I made a bad decision to play three centre halves. It didn't work, so the first half-an-hour was all down to me.

  "I feel really bad for Dunky, because if it happened to me I would probably die. It was nothing to do with his performance. It was my mistake, my decision.

  "We needed to react and the character was there. It was a proper fightback, a bit crazy but desire, character and belief. In the end you take a point, because I thought it was a great comeback from the boys."