West Brom dramatically snatched three points from Birmingham City as a Charlie Austin brace ensured Albion returned to winning ways at St Andrew’s with a 3-2 win.

It was a tough start to the game for the Baggies as they found themselves 1-0 down in the opening three minutes, with Lukas Jutkiewicz heading past Sam Johnstone from Maxime Colin’s fantastic delivery.

However, within six minutes, Slaven Bilic’s men were level. From a poor Matheus Pereira corner, Jake Livermore nicked in to win the ball in the penalty area, which went out wide to Matt Phillips, who drove the ball through the penalty area and it was blasted in from close range by Grady Diangana.

A couple of minutes into the second half, Harlee Dean put the Blues back in front as he headed the ball into the far corner of the net, from Jude Bellingham’s corner.

Charlie Austin then produced a moment of brilliance as he smashed the ball into the top corner from 25 yards out to send the Albion fans behind the goal wild.

He then put Albion in front with nine minutes to go as he headed in brilliantly from Darnell Furlong’s clipped cross to give Albion a crucial three points and extend their lead from the play offs in the automatic promotion places.

Here’s how we rated the West Brom players in their 3-2 win.