Three on the trot for Seagulls

Glenn Murray was on the scoresheet again as Brighton beat Tranmere 3-0 at the Withdean Stadium to make it three consecutive League One wins.

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Murray: 14 goals this season

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The Seagulls took the lead six minutes in when Murray notched his 14th goal of the season from close range.

Murray could have added a second in the 14th minute but his shot was saved by Luke Daniels.

But the hosts were two up on the half-hour mark, Seb Carole crossing for skipper Andrew Crofts to score with a neat finish.

Substitute Ashley Barnes, making his Seagulls debut after his loan move from Plymouth, added the third with nine minutes remaining in some style with a drive from 25 yards.

By that time Rovers had been reduced to 10 men after Andy Robinson was dismissed on his debut for a challenge on Inigo Calderon.

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