Kazenga LuaLua has had a fine October as Brighton & Hove Albion stormed into a six point lead at the top of League One.
Gus Poyet's surprise side have remained unbeaten in the month with two wins and two draws and have been buoyed by the Congolese winger's contribution.
LuaLua, on-loan from Newcastle United, has showed Premier League quality with two spectacular goals. A screamer against promotion rivals Bournemouth could easily have saw three points for the Seagulls until an abysmal refereeing decision saw them pegged back in extra-time.
A fine free-kick in the 4-0 rout of Charlton Athletic saw the Congolese midfielder take his tally for the season up to four. He has, of course, celebrated each one in acrobatic style as is the trademark of the LuaLua family.
He may have suffered in the shadow of his brother - former Newcastle and Olympiakos striker Lomana - in the past, but this month he has emerged with flying colours.
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