Albion head coach Graham Potter has been impressed with how Alexis Mac Allister has handled their tough schedule.

The Argentinian midfielder started all three of their games in the space of six days last week, which ended with him starring against Leeds.

Mac Allister was instrumental in the Seagulls winner faking to shoot, before exchanging passes with Leandro Trossard and then playing a perfectly weighted ball across the box for Neal Maupay to tap home.

It was only his seventh start in just under a year and Potter was impressed with how he has lasted in all three games.

He said: "He did well against City on Wednesday. The only question for us was whether he could go again. 

"He started against Newport, City and against Leeds but we just had to manage his minutes.

"I thought he lasted well and it was nice for him to get a run of games.

"He reads the game well, he has got a good football brain and he can execute the final pass."