Neil Maupay and Lewis Dunk both got on the scoresheet as Brighton fought back from being 3-1 down against Wolves to earn a point.
After going 1-0 in front through Aaron Connolly, Brighton ended the first half 3-1 down. Romain Saiss headed Wolves level before a Dan Burn own-goal and a penalty from Ruben Neves put the away side in control.
Graham Potter’s side made the perfect start to the second half as they earned a penalty of their own after less than a minute. Maupay converted it before Dunk headed Brighton level with 20 minutes to go.