Albion fans packed the away end for the first trip of the Premier League season where they watched a dominant 4-1 win against Wolves.

The Seagulls find themselves flying high at the top of the Premier League after two games as they continue the phenomenal run of form which saw them qualify for Europe for the first time.

Hometown hero Solly March was the star of the show after hitting a quick fire double in the second half to give Brighton their second 4-1 win in as many games.

The Argus: Roberto De Zerbi as SupermanRoberto De Zerbi as Superman (Image: Richard Parkes)

The away end of the Molineux was a sea of blue, white and green as fans donned their new strips for the first away day of the season.

Some fans held shirts and signs paying tribute to Albion manager Roberto De Zerbi who has helped to pushed the team to fight for the top spots in the Premier League.


One fan wore a shirt depicting the Italian as Superman while another wore a shirt paying tribute in the form of a parodied Birra Moretti logo.

The Argus: Fans at the Albion vs Wolves gameFans at the Albion vs Wolves game (Image: Richard Parkes)

Other fans also held flags to cheer on the team to a convincing victory, including one Paraguayan flag in support of young South American starlet Julio Enciso who assisted both goals in March’s brace.

Albion are next set to return to the Amex to face West Ham and Newcastle before heading to Old Trafford to face Manchester United in the middle of September.