The striker scored the winner as Albion beat Hull 1-0 at the Hawthorns.
The Baggies striker was unusually quiet after scoring four times against Gateshead in the FA Cup last weekend.
This time, however, the West Brom striker celebrated as usual as he scored the winner against Hull after an indirect free-kick inside the penalty area.
And the 21-year-old referenced the headlines that have surrounded his previous lack of celebration on social media, as well as celebrating the West Brom win.
Hope i dont make any headlines for over celebrating, joke aside tho- what a strong team performance we shown today #GodIsGood— Saido Berahino (@SBerahino) January 10, 2015
Meanwhile, fellow West Brom striker Brown Ideye, who didn't get on the scoresheet against Hull, also took to Twitter to thank fans for their support after the victory (although many were far from happy with his performance).
Tony Pulis's side travel to Everton for their next Premier League clash.
We Really appreciate all the support from everyone in the stadium today especially the WBA fans,very important 3point today.— Ideye Brown MON (@OfficialIdeye) January 10, 2015