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Summary

  1. Murray heads in Gross' free-kick in first 10 minutes
  2. Hart gets hand to Izquierdo strike but fails to keep it out on brink of half-time
  3. Murray grabs second with second-half penalty
  4. Brighton hadn't won a top-flight away game since 1983

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Will Slaven Bilic be in a job by the end of the weekend?

    Make no mistake, the West Ham boss is on thin ice after an awful performance by his side.

    In contrast, Brighton turned in a masterclass and are quickly adapting to life in the Premier League.

    Thanks for your company. We're back in the morning for build-up to a huge day of action.

    Catch you then.

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  2. Long wait over for Seagulls

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    • Brighton and Hove Albion won their first away match in the top-flight since March 1983, ending a winless run of 11 matches. They also recorded their joint-biggest away top-flight win, equalling their 3-0 victory at Crystal Palace in April 1981.
  3. Wembley next for Hammers

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    West Ham's next three games?

    They travel to Wembley next Wednesday to face Tottenham in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup before another London derby at Crystal Palace on 28 October.

    The Hammers then entertain Liverpool on 4 November.

  4. 'I'm not worried, but I'm realistic'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic speaking to Match of the Day: "The goals affected us. Especially the first one very early. The second was a bit of a killer. We took some risks but to give credit to them they defended really well with numbers.

    "I am disappointed. I never point out the players in front of the cameras. They gave their best but it wasn't good enough tonight.

    "I have to say sorry to the fans. It's not the first time. They deserve better than this.

    What about the "hurricane" he spoke of before the game? "I expect it. It's not a good moment when you lose at home 3-0. Especially against a team you are looking at as a chance to get the points.

    "I'm not worried. But I'm realistic on the other hand.

    "The speculation was here before. I'm manager of the team, I don't want to hide behind anything. It's my responsibility and it's up to the board of course."

  5. 'We need to look in the mirror'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    West Ham United

    West Ham defender Jose Fonte speaking to Sky Sports: "We need to look at ourselves in the mirror. This happened a few times last season. We have to put this right. We are West Ham and it's just not possible.

    "It's disappointing. It's a night to look at and learn from.

    "I won't say it's unacceptable. The players tried hard. We tried the best we could, but sometimes it doesn't go your way.

    On fans booing: "How can we not understand? They don't like to lose 3-0 at home. We don't either. We're all frustrated, we apologise and we work hard on the training pitch.

    "It's not only the manager, it's the players as well. We have an unbelievable squad and should not be in this position."

    Jose Fonte
  6. 'Enough is enough'

    #bbcfootball

    Josh Verrills: Bilic needs to stop delaying the inevitable.Truly shocking performance.

    Michael Rose: Brighton were by far the superior team. I think Slaven Bilic is on very thin ice now.

    Peter Hemple: Been a Bilic fan for years but enough is enough, time to go. Signing Hart was a mistake, he is a broken keeper and a has-been.

  7. 'I take full responsibility' - Bilic

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    West Ham United

    West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, speaking to Sky Sports: "It's very hard for me to say anything clever now. I take full responsibility for it. I don't want to hide.

    "It is not a good situation and the board will do what they are going to do. It's their decision."

    Slaven Bilic
  8. 'West Ham fans have had enough'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    It felt like West Ham fans have had enough. In the second half I couldn't believe how quiet the fans were. I'm commentating on the game and they aren't getting me excited so i don't blame them at all. There is a problem here.

  9. 'We were outstanding'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton boss Chris Hughton, speaking to Sky Sports: "I thought we were outstanding. A huge part of the game is how you defend and I thought we defended the crosses and made a lot of blocks.

    "We certainly made the most of it. I'm as pleased with the clean sheet as I am with the goals. We used the ball well and nullified the qualities West Ham have got.

    Chris Hughton
  10. 'Bilic ran out of ideas'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    There's a problem here and I think they need to address it, not just at manager level but throughout in terms of who is bringing in the players.

    The fans could see what was coming and the players didn't have the belief to say 'we have a way of getting through this very good defensive line of Brighton's'.

    I felt like Slaven Bilic ran out of ideas a little bit. He looked dejected on the sideline. It felt like a tough moment.

  11. 'This win will give us an extra boost'

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton's Spanish defender Bruno tells Sky Sports: "We've got a great defensive unit.

    "After conceding in the last five minutes against Everton I think this win will give us an extra boost. We have a good group of boys and we'll try to keep working in the same way."

    Goalscorer Glenn Murray adds: "I'm delighted to get my chance and I think I've taken it."

    Glenn Murray and Bruno
  12. 'Time for change'

    #bbcfootball

    Daniel Foy: West ham shocker. Clueless Bilic, team not a team. Keeper does not defend his area enough. Time for change.

    Yomi: Wouldn't surprise me if Bilic is sacked next.

    Dermot: I like him but...Think Bilic’s days are numbered.

    Slaven Bilic
  13. Post update

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Slaven Bilic and Chris Hughton embrace but the Hammers boss is not hanging around and soon disappears down the tunnel. Hughton heads out on to the pitch to join his players who are celebrating with their fans. What a night for the Seagulls.

    Chris Hughton
  14. FULL-TIME - West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Awful by West Ham. A night to remember for wonderful Brighton.

    Joe Hart
  15. Post update

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    West Ham need to be put out of their misery. We're deep in added time but the game goes on.

  16. 'I don't see how Bilic can go on'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    It's a really tough moment for these fans. They've had a tough couple of years. Performances have not been great for two years and this feels like the nail in the coffin.

    I like Slaven Bilic, he feels like a good, honest man. He'll front this up but I don't see how much longer he can go on.

  17. Post update

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    The Hammers are down from 15th to 17th in the table because of goal difference. They could very well end the weekend in the relegation zone. Few who have witnessed this will be surprised if that happens.

  18. Post update

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

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    Five minutes of normal time remaining. There's thousands and thousands of empty seats.

    West Ham's fans have seen enough.

  19. 'Feels like nail in the coffin for Bilic'

    West Ham 0-3 Brighton

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    I usually don't understand why fans leave early but I understand it tonight. They're in their rights to leave when they have. The team haven't shown desire or fight to get back into the game. It feels like the nail in the coffin to me.

    Slaven Bilic