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Player ratings / Who shone and who struggled for Brighton against Everton

Brighton and Hove Albion recorded a memorable 3-2 triumph with Everton today.

Ian Hine rates who shone and who struggled at the Amex Stadium.

A couple of great saves in the first half, one excellent down to his right at the near post. No chance with the equaliser. Apart from the goal, not much for him to do in the second half

1. Maty Ryan 7-10

A couple of great saves in the first half, one excellent down to his right at the near post. No chance with the equaliser. Apart from the goal, not much for him to do in the second half
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Allowed Richarlison to get in front of him for equaliser but otherwise solid. Always looking for the forward pass

2. Adam Webster 6

Allowed Richarlison to get in front of him for equaliser but otherwise solid. Always looking for the forward pass
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Blocking, organising, standard Lewis Dunk. Could possibly have conceded a penalty but arm adjudged to be natural. Took over free-kick duties in the 85th minute but his drive was beaten away by Pickford

3. Lewis Dunk - 7

Blocking, organising, standard Lewis Dunk. Could possibly have conceded a penalty but arm adjudged to be natural. Took over free-kick duties in the 85th minute but his drive was beaten away by Pickford
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Always makes himself available for Albions possession-based defensive work. Not much opportunity to get forward in first half. Tired in the second half but managed to find the energy to surge forward to create the opening for Trossard.

4. Dan Burn - 7

Always makes himself available for Albions possession-based defensive work. Not much opportunity to get forward in first half. Tired in the second half but managed to find the energy to surge forward to create the opening for Trossard.
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