Indeed, the Baggies beat Palace 3-2 at the Hawthorns and, for Saido Berahino's goal (West Brom's third), Sessegnon delivered a pass that got plenty talking.
Not least former forward Marsh, who feels he hasn't seen a better pass this term:
>Best pass I've seen this season... https://t.co/zhNYfR7gDR— Rodney Marsh (@RodneyMarsh10) February 27, 2016
Meanwhile, Rangers midfielder Forrester also heaped praise on the West Brom playmaker for his role in Berahino's goal.
The Rangers man took to Twitter to laud the 31-year-old:
What a pass sessegnon— Harry Forrester (@harry_forrester) February 27, 2016
West Brom fans would be far happier generally if Sessegnon and co were encouraged to play more football like that by boss Tony Pulis throughout the season.
However, the Baggies boss's argument is that he has missed Berahino for most of the campaign - and that his return has allowed West Brom to take their forward play to another level.
It certainly showed against Crystal Palace.