Graham Potter has taken responsibility for Albion’s nightmare moment at Stamford Bridge.

The Seagulls were sent towards a 2-0 defeat when Adam Webster miscontrolled a pass in his own penalty area.

Jorginho converted the penalty resulting from his subsequent foul and Willian later added a deflected second.

It was a rare slip by Webster, who has impressed since his summer move from Bristol City.

Head coach Potter said: “Mistakes can happen.

“It’s not the players’ responsibility, it’s mine. We ask them to play that way and Adam Webster is fantastic with the ball at his feet.

“He has tremendous quality but it can happen.

“We didn’t lose the game because of that single mistake.

“We lost the game because, over the course of 90 minutes, Chelsea were better than us.”

Glenn Murray says Albion players have already moved on.

Murray was in conversation with Webster as they went over to clap Albion’s fans after the game.

But he said their discussion was not related to the penalty incident.

Murray told The Argus: “Sometimes you are going to make mistakes.

“He has accepted it and no one has said anything.

“We just move on as a group and we go towards the Tottenham game at the weekend.”