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The Football League Paper - - FRONT PAGE - By John Lyons

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.

PIC­TURE: Ac­tion Images

STILL GOT IT: Brighton’s Bobby Zamora scores his last-gasp win­ner at Leeds United

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