|Ulloa 89||Venue: The Amex Stadium
TEN-MAN Millwall were denied their first win of the season by Leonardo Ulloa's late equaliser at the Amex Stadium.
Martyn Woolford fired the Lions ahead shortly after half time but right-back Alan Dunne was sent off with 15 minutes to go, putting the visitors on the back foot.
And after wave after wave of attacks, the Seagulls finally drew level when Ulloa turned in Kazenga LuaLua's cross as the far post.
Millwall made seven changes following their midweek defeat to Nottingham Forest.
Dunne, Danny Shittu, Shane Lowry, James Henry, Shaun Derry and Richard Chaplow were all recalled to the side, but the headline team news was the return of goalkeeper David Forde after a knee injury.
Liam Trotter and Jermaine Easter were back on the bench after injury.
The two sides cancelled each other out in the first half, with neither creating a clear-cut chance or having a noteworthy effort on goal, but, as the away side, Millwall were certainly happier at the break.
And the Lions came out after the interval with a spring in their step and they were immediately on the front foot. In the 46th minute, Henry shot narrowly http://www.ordergenericpropeciaonline.com over the bar after an exchange of passes with Scott McDonald.
McDonald then weaved his way into a shooting position, but his effort was snuffed out by three Albion defenders.
But the breakthrough duly arrived in the 50th minute. Richard Chaplow brought down McDonald's flick and rolled the ball into the path of Woolford, who steadied himself before sweeping home.
Brighton had a penalty appeal turned down in the 66th minute, after which Andrew Crofts curled just wide from the edge of the area as the home side came back strongly.
McDonald then went on another mazy run and set up Woolford, but this time his shot was comfortable for 'keeper Tomasz Kuszczak.
Ulloa thought he'd equalised in the 73rd minute when he glanced in Andrea Orlandi's free-kick, but referee Bobby Madley blew up for a foul on Mark Beevers.
But the game turned on Madley's next decision, which was to show Dunne a second yellow card for a tackle on Kazenga LuaLua. The defender had earlier been booked for time wasting.
Spurred on by their man advantage, Brighton poured forward in search of a late leveller and it finally arrived when Ulloa converted LuaLua's low cross.