The 2-2 draw involved two penalties and controversy galore.
It is a cliche, of course, but this game had everything.
West Brom's 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace saw the visitors lead by two goals and then have their lead pegged back - but not without controversy. Both sides were awarded a penalty kick and both sides felt aggrieved by certain decisions.
Palace boss Neil Warnock thought referee Mark Clattenburg had a good game generally but was infuriated that his side did not get a second penalty when Wilfried Zaha was brought down inside the box.
And he was even angrier about West Brom's first goal, when Craig Dawson challenged Julian Speroni before Victor Anichebe headed home.
"If officials can’t see a smash like that then I’ve got to protect my goalkeeper," Warnock told reporters.
"It’s almost an assault. He comes from two or three yards away and smashes him in the face. I don’t understand why at least one of the officials can’t see that."
But Warnock wasn't the only unhappy manager, with Alan Irvine also complaining about decisions that went against the Baggies:
“I thought the two goals from corners were very similar," he told Sky Sports.
“A whole load of bodies were piling in and there was a lot of contact. Obviously in those circumstances – for both goals – you look at the referee to see what he’s going to give and he didn’t give a free-kick in either of them. He gave two goals."
A lot to take in, then, here are all the game's key (and controversial) moments in pictures!