The former Baggie was in top form against Swansea City.
This afternoon saw Oxford United complete a fantastic cup upset against Swansea City - winning 3-2 at the Kassam Stadium.
The win was largely inspired by Kemar Roofe. He struck an excellently placed effort from outside the box before showing off his incredible pace to score on the break for the second.
Of course Roofe will be a familiar name to West Brom fans. Roofe was at the club as a youngster for six years before being granted a transfer to Oxford after a successful loan spell last term.
The majority of his West Brom career was spent out on loan. He had varying degrees of success during stints with Vikingur Reykjavik, Northampton Town, Cheltenham Town and Colchester United.
He never made his first-team debut for The Baggies but has been in great form for the League Two club.
Since arriving on loan last February he has scored an impressive 21 goals in 42 appearances for the club.
The reaction of West Brom fans to Roofe's performance was divided. Most were pleased for his new success. Others were disappointed that he was no longer with the club. But some made it clear that Roofe would not be a starter at West Brom now so the fans who are disappointed that he is not still at the club should let it go.
Here is some of the reaction to Roofe's brace...
Just saw the Kemar Roofe goals. Pacey attacking midfielder. Maybe we should go in for him #wba— John Slater (@johnilf) January 10, 2016
Still can't believe we let Kemar Roofe go. Needed a chance. Took the game to a premier league side in Swansea today #WBA— Criso Reilly (@CrisoWBA) January 10, 2016
Hopefully we'll recall Roofe & Valero in January #wba— Arab Strap Boy (@ArabStrapBoy) January 10, 2016
With each passing Kemar Roofe performance, it makes you disappointed that he never got a chance in the first team. #WBA— Brad Poole (@BradPoole71) January 10, 2016
Kemar Roofe is definitely a player we should have held onto. #WBA— Sunny Randhawa (@SunnyRandhawa) January 10, 2016
Prospects like Roofe doing well meanwhile we are being linked with Agbonlabore?? Is there something wrong #wba— Neil j (@Njboing) January 10, 2016
I haven't seen anyone moaning about us letting Kemar Roofe go, all I've seen is people moaning about people moaning we let him go #wba— Marty Duffy (@Marty_Duffy) January 10, 2016
Pulis probably wishing he had a player like Roofe at his disposal #WBA— South African Baggie (@MrSideliner) January 10, 2016
I'll make my point again , we should never have let Roofe go, deserved his chance, another 2 goals against Swansea! #wba— Andy Leeman (@AndyLeeman91) January 10, 2016
Kemar Roofe is on flames, fair play to the kid leaving us and banging in the goals #WBA— chez (@ArryGill) January 10, 2016