After this weekend’s Premier League fixture between Leeds United and Brighton & Hove Albion, Brighton appealed against the decision to credit their second goal, scored in the 61st minute, as an own goal by Leeds' Jack Harrison.
As per the Premier League’s protocol for goal appeals, footage of the incident was reviewed by the Premier League’s Goal Accreditation Appeals Panel of three football experts.
The panel have determined that the goal should now be credited to Brighton’s Solly March.
What happens in Fantasy Premier League?
Decisions by the Premier League’s Goal Accreditation Appeals Panel are made too late to affect points awarded to players in Fantasy Premier League.
The "Scoring" section of the FPL rules states that points awarded in-game are subject to change up until one hour after the final whistle of the last match of any given day.
Once the points have been updated on that day, no further adjustments are made.