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VETERAN striker Bobby Zamora came off the bench to bag a late winner at Leeds United – and continue Brighton’s incredible start to the season.
The Championship pacesetters looked as though they’d have to settle for a share of the spoils with the match locked at 1-1, but the 34-year-old coolly chipped the ball past Leeds keeper Marco Silvestri with a minute left to earn maximum points.
It was the ex-England striker’s first goal of the season – and his first for the Seagulls for 12 years!
The victory has extended Brighton’s lead at the top of the table to four points and stretched their club record unbeaten start to the season to 11 games.
Gillingham have taken over at the summit of League One after a 1-0 victory at Crewe Alexandra, Rory Donnelly nabbing a 90thminute winner.
Plymouth remain top of League Two after beating Accrington Stanley 1-0 courtesy of a Reuben Reid effort.
But goal of the day arguably belonged to Stevenage goalkeeper Jesse Joronen, who scored with a huge punt downfield against Wycombe to set his side on their way to a 2-1 victory.
STILL GOT IT: Brighton’s Bobby Zamora scores his last-gasp winner at Leeds United