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Ecuadorian midfielder Moises Caicedo is the first ever player from Brighton to score at a World Cup.

The young central midfielder briefly equalized for his side in their final group stage game against Senegal.

However, Ecuador quickly conceded in the contest toKalidou Koulibaly, and went on to lose 2-1 and crash out of the competition.

Caicedo was extremely upset at the final whistle, with his teammates having to console him and bring him off the field.

However, he may eventually reflect on his World Cup as a learning moment, especially as he grabbed his first ever tournament goal for his nation.

Caicedo will return to club action in thePremier Leaguewith Brighton around Boxing Day.

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