West Brom’s promotion hopes took a huge hit at the Hawthorns at Tony Pulis managed to get the win over his former side.
Middlesbrough ran out 3-2 winners against Albion, scoring two late goals to secure victory against the Baggies.
George Saville put Boro ahead early on, before Jay Rodriguez levelled for Albion.
Dwight Gayle would edge Albion ahead in the second half before Britt Assombalonga handed a huge blow to Albion’s automatic hopes.
The forward netted twice in the last 20 minutes, giving Pulis a win on his return to the Hawthorns.
Here’s how we rated the Baggies
Sam Johnstone - 6
Had no chance for the goals.
Mason Holgate - 5
Deliveries poor. Rightfully carded.
Craig Dawson - 5
Assombalonga had his number all game. Almost levelled late on.
Kieran Gibbs -
Ahmed Hegazi - 6
Did okay but looked uncomfortable at times.
Sam Field - 7
Excellent yet again. Superb game from the youngster.
Gareth Barry - 6
At fault for the first goal.
Rekeem Harper - 7
Did well and didn’t look out of place yet again.
Hal Robson Kanu - 6
Worked hard but could be out of contention with Murphy’s arrival.
Dwight Gayle - 6
Great finish and caused more problems for Boro’s defence.
Jay Rodriguez - 5
Barely a factor apart from his goal.
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