Neal Maupay celebrates his goal against Burnley (Getty)

Logan MacLeod’s player ratings / Who shone and who struggled for Brighton against Burnley

Brighton were perhaps unfortunate not to seal the three points in their 1-1 draw against Burnley at the Amex.

But who shone and who struggled for both teams during this Premier League encounter?

Neil Maupay - Looked lively throughout. Tidy in possession, worked hard for the team with off-the-ball running. Great agility and technique to scored the goal which put Brighton ahead.

5. Neal Maupay 8-10

Neil Maupay - Looked lively throughout. Tidy in possession, worked hard for the team with off-the-ball running. Great agility and technique to scored the goal which put Brighton ahead.
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Showed moments of ability. When he started to find space had the vision and quality to play some dangerous balls in behind.

6. Gross 7-10

Showed moments of ability. When he started to find space had the vision and quality to play some dangerous balls in behind.
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Stepped up well to the level today, did everything that would have been asked of him, dealt with the limited threat from Burnley

7. Adam Webster 6-10

Stepped up well to the level today, did everything that would have been asked of him, dealt with the limited threat from Burnley
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Feeding off scraps in the first half. Tirless in his closing down. Will be disappointed to have missed a header from close range. Forced a good save from Pope with a low effort. Subbed off for Mooy after a few tired touches.

8. Glenn Murray 6-10

Feeding off scraps in the first half. Tirless in his closing down. Will be disappointed to have missed a header from close range. Forced a good save from Pope with a low effort. Subbed off for Mooy after a few tired touches.
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