Captain Lewis Dunk scored a header to send Brighton & Hove Albion a 3-3 home draw with Wolverhampton Wanderers after the homeowner conceded three goals in the first half of the Premier League on Saturday.
Aaron Connolly gave Brighton an early lead, but Romain Saïss equalized with a header, then Brighton’s Dan Burn accidentally scored on his own goal, and Robin Neves added the third from the penalty spot.
Neal Maupay narrowed the lead with a penalty kick after the break, to bring Brighton’s hope back and then Dunk equalized after a cross from Leandro Trossard in the 70th minute.
Brighton almost continued the uprising and Trossard put the ball in the net before the goal was canceled due to a foul during the attack’s construction.
Brighton are 17th, three points above the relegation zone, but have played two more games than 18th-placed Fulham.
Wolverhampton is 12th and has not won any of its last 4 matches.