Before this game, Luton Town had not lost at Kenilworth Road since March 2018. It was always going to be difficult to get much from this game, but a double from Grady Diangana turned a one-nil deficit on its head and the Baggies escaped with three points.

After Diangana put Albion ahead, we controlled the game, passing the ball nicely and constantly threatening to score a third through several different players.

The first half, however, could have been a lot better. A free header in the 15th minute allowed Harry Cornick to nod home the opening goal and errors at the back were frequent.

But whatever Slaven Bilic said to the players at half-time clearly worked a treat, as we shored up our defence for the remainder of the match, leaving the Hatters flustered.

This was shown by some of their reckless tackles towards the end of the game, with former West Brom midfielder, Callum McManaman, failing to control his frustration and lunging in on Nathan Ferguson. Thankfully, he wasn’t injured.

Ultimately, we saw out the 2-1 lead and took home the well-deserved three points. But how did the players do individually? Let’s take a look.