HUNDREDS of fans made the trip to London last night to watch the Seagulls draw in dramatic fashion.

Brighton and Hove Albion were almost down and out against West Ham before striker Neal Maupay scored a stunning overhead bicycle kick to equalise.

It meant the Seagulls and the Hammers shared a 1-1 draw on a cold Wednesday night but Albion fans made sure to brave the weather and support the team.

Pictures taken from London Stadium show hundreds of Brighton supporters in attendance, each wrapped up in blue and white layers amid the cold.

Speaking after the game about Maupay, Graham Potter said: "He had a difficult game against Leeds.

"Even though his performance was good, if you miss a chance especially at 0-0 the environment is a bit tough for him.

"He handled it really well, he has responded really well. He was always going to play today, always going to stay on. Really good for him to get the goal.

"Just a good example of how you can go from a villain to a hero. It's a good example for everyone in sport, all the young guys out there, around what it takes to be a professional footballer, especially at the highest level.

"Some days it's your day, some days it isn't. You have to ride the rollercoaster of emotion. He does it well"

Albion will travel along the coast to play Southampton on Saturday.