Brighton & Hove Albion club photographer Paul Hazlewood is on the look-out for a mystery fan who captured this dramatic image of Dale Stephens scoring the Seagulls’ first goal against Derby County on Tuesday night.
Paul set up a goalmouth camera ahead of Albion’s game against the Rams that can be operated by a photographer using a remote receiver and a remote shutter.
On this occasion, Paul decided to give the remote to a fan in the South Stand ahead of the first half before handing the responsibility to another supporter in the North Stand for the second 45 minutes.
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The fan’s instructions were simply to press the release button on the shutter every time they thought Albion would score.
Then in the 77th minute, the moment of magic arrived when Stephens came off the bench to score Albion’s first goal, causing the young fan to capture this remarkable picture.
The mystery photographer left the stadium at full time after kindly returning the remote control to a steward, meaning the identity of the fan is still unknown.
Albion’s media team would like to reward the supporter for this stunning image and if you know who he is, please ask him to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on twitter @officialbhafc, using the hashtag #MysteryFanCam.