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Brighton and Hove Albion made it three top-flight wins in a row for the first time in 37 years thanks to Glenn Murray's strike.

Glenn Murray's 100th goal for Brighton and Hove Albion delivered their third straight 1-0 success in the Premier League as they beat Wolves.

The striker, who came off last weekend against Newcastle United with a head injury, turned home from seven yards out early in the second period after Bruno had shot back across goal.

It proved to be the winner as Chris Hughton's side won three top-flight games in a row for the first time in 37 years.

Wolves, meanwhile, fell to their second straight defeat after being beaten by Watford last time out. They had been the only club in Europe's top five leagues yet to make a change to their starting XI, but Nuno Espirito Santo introduced Adama Traore for his first start.

It was on the other flank where they were finding joy, though, and Wolves felt aggrieved when they were not awarded a penalty when Matt Doherty's shot struck Jose Izquierdo's arm.

The Colombian was struggling to get to grips with Doherty and the Irishman lost him again as he entered the box via a one-two with Raul Jimenez only to fire wide.

Brighton squandered an even better opening before half-time when Shane Duffy rose to meet Solly March's back-post corner and somehow nodded against the outside of the post.

However, three minutes after the restart, Hughton's men led.

Murray, virtually anonymous in the first period, hooked the ball across the box following a throw-in and when Bruno's shot came back in, he was on hand to score the opener.

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