Brighton fans celebrate the 5-2 win over Leicester City

ALBION fans were in ecstasy after the Seagulls beat bottom-placed Leicester City.

Fans unpacked the Amex to watch Albion beat Leicester 5-2.

Leicester got off to a dream start to the game after scoring just 51 seconds into the game and fans chanted ‘We’re staying on top’.

However, they were quickly silenced when Albion turned the game around and Brighton supporters taunted Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers with a sneer: “You’ll be sacked in the morning”.

The Argus: Albion's Alexis Mac Allister celebrates with his teammates at the Amex after scoring his side's fifth goal of the gameAlbion’s Alexis Mac Allister celebrates with his team-mates at the Amex after scoring his side’s fifth goal of the game

Albion manager Graham Potter said he was delighted with the team’s performance.

He said: “Absolutely fantastic, great performance, great result and great atmosphere.

“We had to react from the first minute, we talked about reacting to midweek disappointment.

“It’s not the ideal start to concede so early, but we put it back at half-time and played really well.”

Albion’s win has cemented his grip on fourth place in the Premier League ahead of Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool.

Forecaster FiveThirtyEight currently gives the Seagulls a 24 percent chance of qualifying for the Champions League and a two percent chance of winning the league title.

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