Leeds United's Jack Harrison saved from own goal by Premier League's 'dubious goals panel'

Leeds United's Jack Harrsion has been spared an own goal after the Premier League's “dubious goals panel” awarded Brighton and Hove Albion's second goal on Saturday to Solly March.

Harrison also scored at the right end in that game, and made Patrick Bamford's goal in a 2-2 draw.

Brighton appealed against the decision to classify their second goal in the game as an own goal after Harrison and March followed in Illan Meslier's save from another Leeds player, Max Wober.

The "Goal Accreditation Appeals Panel" to give it its proper title decided in favour of the Brighton winger.