Photo: West Brom boss Tony Pulis says goodbye to Upton Park for the last time

Tony Pulis Interview - 23/02/2014

The Baggies boss led WBA to a 1-1 draw in London.

West Bromwich Albion and West Ham went head-to-head this afternoon in what was a hard fought battle between two Premier League mainstays.

The end result was a 1-1 draw after a fantastic free-kick from Mauro Zarate was cancelled out by a strike by Rickie Lambert, which deflected in off the hand of Hammers defender Winston Reid.

The result was fair given the balance of play although West Brom will be pleased to have come away with a point from a tough trip to the Boleyn Ground.

Of course it might very well be the last time that West Brom ever play at the famous ground.

The Hammers are moving to the Olympic Stadium next season and unless the pair meet in the FA Cup this will be their last visit to the stadium.

Which saw Baggies boss Tony Pulis signing the board saying goodbye to the old stadium. He was pictured doing so by the official West Brom Twitter account:

West Brom are just one of many teams who will be making their last visit to Upton Park this season and hopefully the new home can pick up some of it's charm.

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