Southampton came back to beat Brighton 2-1 in the Premier League behind a controversial VAR decision on Monday.
Solly March fouled Kyle Walker-Peters on the edge of the box, but upon a VAR check, David Coote awarded a penalty to Southampton and substitute Danny Ings calmly converted from the spot.
Jannik Vestergaard and Ings, who returned to the side after a spell on the sidelines through injury, flipped a script that saw Saints fall behind after Pascal Gross gave Brighton the lead from the spot on 26 minutes.
Vestegaard combined with James Ward-Prowse from the corner kick, driving a header past a diving Matthew Ryan to draw Saints level on the stroke of halftime.
Southampton never appeared set to climb back into the game after a sluggish half, but the two goal turn around lifted the visitors into fifth place in the league standings on 20 points from 11 games.
Brighton (3-4-1-2): Ryan; Webster, Dunk, Veltman; March; Bissouma, White (Jahanbakhsh 81), Lamptey; Gross; Welbeck (Trossard 82), Connolly (Maupay 64)
Unused subs: Steele, Burn, Bernardo, Alzate
Goals: Gross (26 PEN)
Bookings: Dunk (56), Gross (80)
Southampton (4-4-2): McCarthy; Bertrand, Vestergaard, Bednarek, Walker-Peters; Djenepo (Ings 46), Romeu, Ward-Prowse, Armstrong; Adams, Walcott (Redmond 69)
Unused subs: Forster (GK), Diallo, Stephens, Salisu, Long
Goals: Vestergaard (45), Ings (81 PEN)
Bookings: Djenepo (13), Romeu (45), McCarthy (87)