NEAL MAUPAY said it felt like two points dropped after Albion drew 1-1 at Selhurst Park last night.

Graham Potter’s Albion dominated from the outset against Crystal Palace but only had Neal Maupay’s effort to show for it before the Eagles’ Wilfried Zaha netted his third goal of the campaign.

Maupay struck after 54 minutes with a superb strike into the roof of the net.

But after controlling the game, Zaha produced something out of nothing to level on 76 minutes to fire past Mathew Ryan and the Seagulls rode out a bumpy last 20 minutes.

Disappointed Maupay said: “We should have won the game, but they have got quality players like Zaha.

“We didn’t ever make a mistake. It was one versus one and a very good finish from him and they got the draw.

“I think they are a bit lucky tonight, but they had their fans behind them and it was not easy for us.

“One point is not too bad.”