Adam Lallana says Brighton ‘need to move on’ from controversial West Brom loss

Adam Lallana has actually prompted Brighton to proceed from their questionable defeat at West Brom.

The Seagulls lost 1-0 at The Hawthorns after Lee Mason prohibited Lewis Dunk’s first-half objective.

The main dismissed the objective after at first permitting the protector to take a fast free-kick.

Mason blew his whistle two times having actually understood goalkeeper Sam Johnstone was not all set.

He then altered his mind and provided the objective prior to VAR stepped in and ultimately pulled the video game back for Dunk to retake the free-kick since the ball had actually not crossed the line when Mason blew for a 2nd time.

Defeat, thanks to Kyle Bartley’s early winner, left Brighton 4 points above the transfer zone after Pascal Gross and Danny Welbeck missed out on charges.

Lallana informed the club’s main website: “I was involved in the game at Anfield last season where Lewis did the same thing and the goal stood. I know it can happen, VAR have made the decision and we have to get on with it.

“We created enough chances not just to draw, but to win the game. We can talk about decisions all you want, but it’s old news now, it’s happened and we have to move on. We need to move on and carry on being relentless. Things will turn.

“You can miss penalties, but you have to keep going. We’ve had good performances recently but we’re not winning, so we need to look at ways we can improve.

“We need to keep at it but we have shown how good we can be in recent weeks. We’ve got more than enough in our squad to get the points we need to stay in the league.”

The second-bottom Baggies made simply their 3rd win of the season to keep their slim hopes of beating the drop alive and they are 9 points from security after Newcastle’s draw with Wolves.

“It’s a massive win especially given that it was against one of the teams around us,” Bartley informed the club’s main website.

“We were lucky enough to be able to swap sides because of the sun in the first half and we wanted to take full advantage of that and, thankfully, we did.

“There was a bit of confusion about their goal from the free-kick but in the end, I think the referee came to the right conclusion and handed the situation well.

“At another stage of the season we could’ve lost, but luck went our way and you have to be there to capitalise on that.”

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.