Solly March remains hopeful England After scoring a timely goal, the call increased Brighton’s bid for Europe as it knocked derby rivals Crystal Palace 1-0.

March scored the win in the 15th minute – on March 15 – with Liverpool, who was sixth with a game on hand, to raise the Seagulls level.

March’s seventh goal of the season was also a useful reminder for us. Gareth South GateDetermining the latest England squad on Thursday, .

The 28-year-old also scored in the draw in Leeds last week, and if he gets the confirmation from Southgate, it will indeed be March.

“Every English player wants to study to play for their national team,” March told BBC Sport.

“It would be an honor for me but I have to keep doing what I’m doing and let’s see what happens.”

The win also provided a double celebration. Brighton minister Tony BloomFlying in a helicopter after watching his horse Energumene win the Champion Chase at Cheltenham.

Manager Roberto De Zerbi said: “He won twice, huh? He usually calls me the day after the game but I’m really happy for him. I think he prefers football.”

The Italian added: “I am really happy for the players, the result, the fans and the table.

“We couldn’t close the game and we had problems in extra time. But we are Brighton, not Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United or Liverpool. Winning in different ways is important to us.”

After their undefeated league streak has reached 11 games, problems are mounting for Palace.

They had to make a professional start to regular number one Vicente Guaita and his sidekick Sam Johnstone, as well as young goalie Joe Whitworth, who were both injured.

At 19 years and 15 days, he became the youngest goalkeeper to play in a Premier League game since Ben Alnwick joined Sunderland in December 2005.

Whitworth hit the ball for the first time as he grabbed Kaoru Mitoma’s long-distance effort.

But he was beaten a few minutes later when Mitoma sent Mart cleanly to find the net with a balanced finish.

Eagles boss Patrick Vieira said: “Joe has faith and calmness in himself. He showed a lot of good things.

“It’s even more special because it comes from the academy.”

Jason Steele was the busier goalkeeper in the opening stages, despite being unable to shoot on goal in Palace’s last three games.

Wilfried Zaha at least corrected that mistake when he tested the Steele with an angled ride.

After Joachim Andersen’s intermediate ball broke through the Brighton defense and sent Michael Olise into goal, Steele saved with the knee before Odsonne allowed Edouard to drive away.

“Of course you worry about it when you create chances but don’t take advantage of them,” Vieira added.

“Our front players have to change their mindset. We have to be more aggressive going forward.”