Kaoru Mitoma's 87th-minute header made the difference in Saturday's dramatic 1-0 win over Bournemouth, and also ensured Albion have now picked up 13 points from their last six Premier League contests. Victory left Brighton sixth in the table at the weekend's close, with the surging Seagulls also still in contention for the FA Cup after beating holders Liverpool in round four. "I can decide the way in terms of quality of play, in terms of style of play, yes, the first 11, but the politics of the club, no." Still, something seems to be clicking for Brighton and their boss, who took over following Graham Potter's move to Chelsea in September.
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