Albion head coach Graham Potter praised the impact that his substitutes made on the game in their goalless draw against Chelsea.

The Seagulls brought on Adam Lallana in the 59th minute, Neal Maupay in the 74th minute and Jakub Moder in the 86th minute.

All three made an impact but particularly Lallana and Maupay.

The 32-year-old midfielder had a great chance in the last 15 minute to put them ahead when Maupay nicked the ball off Kurt Zouma and played the ball to him, but he curled his effort just wide of the post.

Lallana then dispossessed Chelsea minutes later and laid the ball off to Danny Welbeck, whose curling effort then came back off the post.

But Potter was impressed with his substitutes.

He told the Argus “We spoke about it before the game, it is really important how we use the backend of the game and how we use the subs.

“I thought all three were really good, the group is in a really good place and are pushing other really hard and you can see that on the pitch.

“We showed a great togetherness and we are really happy, we played against a top opponent and deserved more than point.”