West Brom player ratings against Everton: Yacob and Berahino shine with disciplined displays

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West Bromwich Albion battled well for a point against Everton last night.

West Brom boss Tony Pulis will be pleased with the way his side battled to a point away at Everton last night, which gives them a little confidence in the Premier League.

Here are our player ratings for West Brom’s stars based on the game last night.

Foster – 7

A very solid performance. He did everything asked of him at key times during the match.

Wisdom – 7

Possibly his best defensive performance for a while. He was solid in all aspects and looked lively when he did get forward.

McAuley – 6

Nothing special, nothing terrible. Did well to keep the physical presence of Romelu Lukaku out of harm’s way.

Lescott – 6

Conceded the penalty, which could have cost his side dear but otherwise had a decent game.

Baird – 7

Will be disappointed that he didn’t get forward more, but did a great job in terms of keeping Steven Naismith out of the game.

Brunt – 7

Worked hard on all defensive aspects of his game and was disruptive in front of the back four.

Yacob – 8

Man of the match for the Baggies. He took a lot of pressure, broke up the play well and passed effectively when West Brom won the ball back.

Morrison – 7

He had to perform more defensive duties than normal but he had the look of an extremely determined individual.

Gardner – 6

Tried to get forward which sometimes left pockets of space, but otherwise had a solid game.

Berahino – 7

Played well despite being shoved out on the left hand side where he’s arguably less effective.

Anichebe – 6

Unsurprisingly struggled to get into the game as he didn’t have much service but worked hard and chased shadows throughout the game.

Subs

Sessegnon – 6

Worked hard and injected some real pace into the team, which made them a threat on the counter.

Dorrans – N/A

Ideye – N/A

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