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first_imgGlenn Murray scored for Brighton and Hove Albion as they beat West Ham United 1-0 at home on Friday to steer clear of the relegation zone and registered a victory after five straight winless games.The last time Brighton won a match was their 3-2 victory against Manchester United in August.The win will come as a huge relief for manager Chris Hughton who has seen his side slump to losses in their last two matches and two draws in the game prior to that.”As the game went on we rode our luck but sometimes you need that,” Hughton told Sky Sports.”It’s a first clean sheet of the season for us and you need a goalscorer. It’s a massive win for us.”Another @premierleague victory against @WestHamUtd this evening…What a way to head into the international break! See you at @NUFC!#BHAFCRead https://t.co/7Xd10v4fwM pic.twitter.com/v0737oJbZuBrighton & Hove Albion (@OfficialBHAFC) October 5, 2018Murray’s 99th goal for Brighton in all competitions left his team 12th on eight points from as many games while West Ham, who had won two of their previous three fixtures, are 15th on seven points.West Ham dominated a scrappy contest but were undone by a fine move and a predator’s finish as 35-year-old Murray, who is in his second spell at Brighton, steered home a fine Beram Kayal cross from the left in the 25th minute.Murray had previously blocked a goal-bound volley by West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic, who spurned a great chance to snatch a late draw for the visitors when he shot over the bar from five metres.advertisementIt summed up a frustrating evening for Arnautovic, who misfired high and wide several times and was denied space all evening as the home team’s resolute defending cut out the supply routes for the towering Austrian.”Arnautovic is a very good player, very strong and lots of clever movement,” said Brighton defender Shane Duffy.”It was a tough night, he had chances but thankfully he didn’t take them. We worked hard on their front three in the week, they threw everything at us.”West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini was disappointed.”Frustrated because I think we do the things to win the game, we had three clear chances to score and didn’t,” he told the BBC.”They had one chance in the first half and then defended. We deserved more.”(With Reuters inputs)last_img read more