West Brom put in another solid performance at home as they continue to climb the Championship table.
The Baggies saw off stiff competition from Bristol City on Tuesday night, as a 4-2 victory moved them up to third in the division, four points behind leaders Leeds United.
Two goals from Jay Rodriguez, as well as efforts from Dwight Gayle and Harvey Barnes were enough to seal three points.
Here is how we rated the players after last night’s performance.
Sam Johnstone - 6
The West Brom keeper will have been disappointed to concede twice, but he also pulled off some decent saves throughout the match.
Craig Dawson - 7
Dawson captained the side on the night and stepped up to the mark against Bristol City.
Led from the back and impressed in a back three.
Ahmed Hegazi - 5
Not his best game of the season, with a few ropey moments in possession.
Looks like the style of play and demands of Moore may be getting the better of him.
Kyle Bartley - 6
A solid performance from Bartley, who was not at his best, but got the job done.
Made some key tackles but he should have done better to deny Lloyd Kelly the opportunity to score in the second half.
Matt Phillips - 6
Phillips’ quality on the ball was lacking somewhat against Bristol City and that is not something you can say often about the Scottish international.
Impressed without being at the very top of his game.
Gareth Barry - 7
While he may not be the popular figure he once was, his quality is undeniable.
A classy performance from the former Manchester City and Everton midfielder.
Jake Livermore - 7
Flourished a little more playing alongside Barry, and more than made up for the lack of energy in the middle of the park.
Kieran Gibbs - 7
Townsend may have impressed against Birmingham, but Gibbs was brought back into the side and was equally as impressive.
Showed his quality throughout the game.
Harvey Barnes - 9
Another simply majestic performance from the Leicester City loanee.
Moore has made a lot of good decisions so far this season and he is getting one heck of a tune out of Barnes.
A goal and two assists topped off a Man of the Match performance.
Jay Rodriguez - 8
Looked every bit a Premier League player against Bristol City, with two very well taken goals.
If his early season form is anything to go by, he’ll be right up there at the top of the scoring charts at the end of the season.
Dwight Gayle - 8
Gayle was equally as impressive as he continues his impressive partnership with Rodriguez.
The two have clicked instantly this season and the goals just keep on flowing.
Wes Hoolahan – 6, looked confident on the ball and you could see the experience was there.
Hal Robson-Kanu – 5, put himself about in the final stages of the game.