Brighton beat Wigan Athletic 2-1 at the AMEX Stadium to secure promotion to the Premier League on Easter Monday - and the celebrations after the game were fittingly wild.

Midfielder Oliver Norwood led the antics on a train as they headed into the city centre, and opted to CROWD SURF down a carriageway full of strangers.

Norwood was accompanied by teammates Sam Baldock, Jamie Murphy and Jiri Skalak, and the quartet were understandably buzzing at being promoted to England's top tier.

The lads were also reportedly singing and chanting with the fans at Brighton station and down the main road by the city centre.

Skalak, a 2016 signing from Czech side FC Mlads Boleslav, was also carried by adoring fans as the reality of the situation set in for all - Brighton are now back in the English top tier for the first time in 34 years.

Goals courtesy of Glenn Murray and Solly March won the Seagulls the game, and the day's late kick off saw 3rd placed Huddersfield unable to beat Derby County, meaning it was mathematically impossible for Brighton to slip out of the top two.

Chris Hughton's men will now look to finish the season strongly and win the Championship outright, a feat which can be achieved with just one more win.

Rafa Benitez' Newcastle side, who slipped up against Ipswich on the same day, will have the opportunity to join Brighton in the Premier League next season with a win against Preston on Monday.  ​