West Brom kept their hopes of avoiding the drop alive with just a second win in 13 games under Sam Allardyce in a match overshadowed by a surreal moment of refereeing by Lee Mason that cost Brighton an equaliser.
Kyle Bartleys early header gave West Brom the lead before Pascal Gross hit the bar from the penalty spot for the visitors.
Brighton did have the ball in the end when Lewis Dunks quickly taken free-kick, after Mason had whistled for it to be taken, caught Sam Johnstone napping.
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