West Brom left Turf Moor with a point after a 2-2 draw with Burnley but will be disappointed not to have taken all three as they conceded a late equaliser.

After a pretty forgetful first-half, the game sprung into life after the break and the home side went ahead around ten minutes into the second half when Sam Vokes poked home after good work from Ashley Barnes.

Albion’s run without scoring a goal went beyond the eight-and-a-half-hour mark and many fans would have been dreading the outcome of this game but Salomon Rondon finally found the back of the net with a smart turn and strike.

With about 12 minutes left on the clock, birthday boy Craig Dawson put Albion in front with a header.

It looked like that would be enough to secure the win but with less than five minutes to go, Vokes’ flick-on beat Ben Foster after he came for a long ball that he didn’t ever look like getting.

Here are our West Brom player ratings from the game:

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