Glenn Murray admits Albion "got away" with a point at Southampton, after a dressing down at half-time from manager Chris Hughton.

Murray completed an unlikely comeback at St Mary's with a penalty on the stroke of full-time, his fourth goal of the season, to snatch a 2-2 draw.

The Seagulls looked down and out after a terrible first half display when Danny Ings doubled their deficit in the second half.

Shane Duffy pulled a a goal back straight away and Murray came up trumps again from the spot after Duffy (below) had been shoved by Saints substitute James Ward-Prowse.

The Argus: Albion also came from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 against Fulham in their previous game at the Amex.

Murray said: "After the way we performed in the first half we got away with one. We were very poor and were under par. The second half was a different game. We put them under pressure and got our reward at the end.

"We were disappointed with the way we played and the gaffer let us know. We saw a difference in the second half.

"We were down at Fulham as well. It gave us heart and we felt if we get one the crowd might question the result. We got our chance in the last minute and managed to score it.

"It took us a while to believe last year and got our home form right. Now it is about putting the away form right and climbing the table more than we did last year."

Murray has now scored five goals in six league starts for Albion against Southampton.

He also scored from the spot in the 1-1 draw between the sides at St Mary's last season.

Albion are 14th, behind Southampton on goal difference.