The veteran striker ensured a penalty shootout was not wanted for the Premier League facet
Glenn Murray proved to be Brighton and Hove Albion’s hero as he got here off the bench to attain twice in a 3-1 over West Bromwich Albion.
The Championship facet fought valiantly at house, however accidents and fatigue took their maintain, and it’s the Seagulls who advance – the place a house tie towards Derby County awaits them.
After a goalless first 45 minutes, Brighton completed strongly – a theme which was to hold on all through the sport.
Leon Balogun hit the woodwork and Florin Andone was inches away from the opening objective, whereas on the different finish Hal Robson-Kanu grazed the crossbar with a surprising strike.
It took a weird objective to interrupt the impasse, with Kyle Bartley turning the ball house on the road after the ball had looped excessive off the crossbar.
West Brom’s pleasure was short-lived as an error from Bartley allowed Andone to steal in and end by means of the legs of Jonathan Bond.
There was heartache for Robson-Kanu who, having seen Darren Moore use all his substitutes, needed to limp off by means of harm
Brighton took the lead within the closing moments of the primary interval of additional time
Jurgen Locadia’s low cross-shot hit Baggies defender Ahmed Hegazi and was turned in by fellow substitute Glenn Murray.
And Murray grabbed his second objective of the sport with three minutes remaining when he was performed in by Davy Propper and picked out the far nook.