West Brom yet again showed the spirit and resilience they have shown so far this season to come back from a goal down to share the spoils with Derby at Pride Park.

The game had much debate, particularly with the quality of officiating as two of the three penalties awarded, did not look like the correct decisions and a number of other mistakes made caused Slaven Bilic to be sent to the stands.

Albion, not for the first time, began the game sloppily as Kieran Gibbs brought down Martyn Waghorn in the opening six minutes, where the striker tucked away from the penalty spot, sending Sam Johnstone the wrong way.

It looked like it had gone from bad to worse for the Baggies when Derby were awarded a second penalty as it was thought Filip Krovinovic had handled the ball in his own penalty area.

Sam Johnstone however silenced his critics by superbly keeping out Waghorn’s spot kick, diving down to his left which seemed to be the catalyst for us getting something out of the game.

The fightback came when we were awarded a penalty six minutes from time as Matheus Pereira was supposedly brought down in the box by Max Lowe but replays showed there was no contact.

Kenneth Zohore however dispatched the spot kick with ease for the second time in the space of a few days to send the travelling fans home very relieved as the unbeaten run continues.

Lets take a look at how the players did individually: