Date: 31st October 2008 at 2:38pm
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Leicester were beaten 3-2 at Brighton on Tuesday evening, letting a 2-0 lead slip in the process.

Matty Fryatt (35 &42) scored twice in seven minutes towards the end of the first half to put Leicester in control but on-loan Bradley Johnson (60 & 84) struck twice in the final 30 minutes for Brighton to level matters. With a draw looking likely Jack Hobbs (89), on-loan from Liverpool, turned the ball into his own net to see the home side complete their comeback.

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