ALBION boss Graham Potter has refused to name his favourite goal out of Neal Maupay and Alireza Jahanbakhsh's overhead kicks.

Both of the player's scored spectacular goals in 1-1 draws, with Maupay's coming on Wednesday night against West Ham at the London Stadium.

The Frenchman fired home Tariq Lamptey's cross sending the away end into mad celebrations as the goal salvaged a draw for Albion.

Jahanbakhsh's effort was against Chelsea in January 2019. The Iranian endured a difficult time at the club, but his goal against the Blues will help him be remembered fondly by Albion fans.

The Argus: Brighton and Hove Albion manager Graham PotterBrighton and Hove Albion manager Graham Potter

When asked which goal he thought was better Potter said: "They were both for a 1-1. weren't they?

"I don't like to compare. That's the problem with the world.

"We should be proud of Neal for his goal, be proud of Ali for his and not try and compare them.

"The Beatles are The Beatles, The Stones are The Stones.”