The Baggies fell behind as Dele Alli prodded home Toby Alderweireld's long pass, but James McClean hit back by heading home Darren Fletcher's cross from the byline.
Tony Pulis' side are now unbeaten in their last three games, having beaten Arsenal and drawn with West Ham and Tottenham in a successful run against London clubs.
It was another strong display from West Brom, and one player who particularly impressed was summer signing Salomon Rondon, who led the forward line on his own against Spurs.
The Venezuelan international, who signed from Zenit St. Petersburg over the summer, has only scored three goals in 14 appearances for West Brom, but it's fair to say he has made a strong impression on the Baggies faithful.
Rondon was a constant threat against Tottenham, giving Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen no end of problems throughout, though he did miss a handful of chances to score.
His relentless work rate and combination of pace and power made him a thorn in Spurs' side, and fans took to Twitter in order to praise him after the game.
Supporters hailed Rondon's effort, and whilst they would like to see him score more goals, it's clear that the striker is becoming a fan favourite at The Hawthorns.
Feel so sorry for rondon... He's playing so well he just has no support to get the goals #WBA— Ben Hadlington (@BenHadlington) December 5, 2015
I know he's missed a couple but Rondon was sensational for me today. Chased everything made stuff outta nowt!! Top draw! #wba— Luke Mason (@jastle68) December 5, 2015
Seen a few slagging off rondon....seriously?! No he never scored but he caused havoc for spurs defence and won lots of nothing balls #WBA— Louise Hickman (@Loubiewba) December 5, 2015
Tottenham were lucky to come away with a point today, thought Rondon was a beast upfront today. Berahino has to go #wba— Craig Hill (@craighill83) December 5, 2015
Rondon was amazing today deserved a goal. No berahino for past few games either shows were not missing him #wba— Jack Simms (@JackSimms91) December 5, 2015
Rondon works hards and makes good runs but he needs to show better composure in front of goal #wba— paul blagrove (@paul_blagrove) December 5, 2015