ALBION fans were treated to an extra-time win in the FA Cup against West Brom.

Graham Potter’s side came from a goal behind to beat the Baggies 2-1 in the third round of the cup.

Callum Robinson put West Brom ahead at the Hawthorns in 47th minute before substitute Jakub Moder levelled the scores in the 81st minute.

Brighton striker Neal Maupay secured the win in extra time to take Albion into the next round of the FA Cup.

Enock Mwepu was substituted in the first half with a suspected hamstring injury and was replaced by Alexis Mac Allister.

West Brom defender Cedric Kipre was also sent off in the 69th minute.

After the match, Albion head coach Graham Potter said he was happy to progress to the fourth round of the competition.

“It was hard work, we thought it would be and knew it would be because of West Brom’s quality and style of play. They’re very competitive so we had to compete with that, which we did,” he said.

“We conceded against the run of play I thought from pretty much their only chance and the response was good. But in the end, really nice to go through and I’m happy to go through.

“We will try our best in the FA Cup, it was important for us to go through today, we wanted to win. We picked a team with that in mind, to win.

“As you can see from results in the competition, it’s not straightforward but we had a good mentality. The away support was fantastic, and we’re delighted to go through.”

The fourth-round draw for the FA Cup is due to take place at 4.50pm on Sunday, January 9.