The 32-year-old stood out as the only real positive for Tony Pulis on a day when Manchester City had it all their own way.
Not only did the referee send off the wrong man early on but the league champions (although it doesn't look like they will be for much longer) absolutely dominated against the Baggies, registering a whopping 43 shots on goal.
Further misery was piled on when West Brom goalkeeper Ben Foster was later ruled out for six months with injury.
But at least it looks like the Midlands club may have an able deputy on their hands in Myhill.
Gutted after today we go again though in a couple of weeks thanks for your support fans #BoingBoing— Craig Gardner (@CraigGards8) March 21, 2015
Craig Gardner said he was 'gutted' on Twitter after the Manchester City defeat but, as many supporters pointed out on social media, there could have been a lot more to be gutted about without West Brom's shot stopper.
Myhill made a number of saves at City and was judged by a large majority of Baggies fans to be their man of the match at the Etihad. Here's a selection of what West Brom fans were saying on Twitter after the game!
Well played Myhill, stunning performance. As for the rest, bit harsh to judge them really. Apart from Dawson, stupid challenge #WBA— Ben Cotterill (@BenCotty) March 21, 2015
Tough watch, glad that's over but well played Myhill, it could've been a lot more #WBA— Matt Love (@lovwba23) March 21, 2015
Myhill incredible to say he hasn't played any regular first team for a while. Every single player should've gone to the fans at FT. #wba— Jake ✌️ (@ItsWhitehouse) March 21, 2015
Myhill had a good game. All goals down to poor defending really. Would have been good to see Nabi given a few moments but ahh well #wba— Michael Stanley (@mikeystanners) March 21, 2015
The most one sided game I've ever seen. Myhill the only player to come out with any credit #wba— Rob Norman (@Rob_Norms) March 21, 2015