Pascal Gross has equalled a long-standing Albion club record.

But he will have to wait until next season if he wants to set a new mark outright.

Gross’s penalty conversion against Liverpool means he has scored for the Seagulls in four different top-flight seasons.

He is the first player to do that in the Premier League era although Lewis Dunk could yet emulate him this season.

Only Steve Foster achieved the feat when Albion were among the elite between 1979 and 1983.

The penalty was awarded for a foul by Andy Robertson on Danny Welbeck which referee Stuart Attwell initially missed.

Replays showed Gross was alive to what had happened and instinctively appealed as soon as Robertson made contact with the striker's foot

Gross added to his list of important goals at the Amex with his late equaliser against the champions.

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He scored Albion’s first two goals in the Premier League and has added winners against Watford and Manchester United (twice) as well as point-savers against Tottenham and Newcastle.

The latter broke his team’s ten-and-a-half hour goal drought towards the end of the 2018-19 season.