West Brom came away with a draw from a fiery encounter with Midlands rivals Birmingham City last night.
The Baggies survived a scare at St Andrews when Jota opened the scoring for the Blues, only to miss a penalty moments after and allow Albion’s Matty Phillips to bag an equaliser for the away side.
However, manager Moore was less than impressed with his team in his post match comments, admitting his team ‘didn’t use the ball well enough’ and that if they had have nicked the win, it would have ‘been harsh on Birmingham’.
An honest assessment from the gaffer…
— West Bromwich Albion (@WBA) September 14, 2018
The point was enough to keep Albion in the playoff mix and they stay fifth after a decent start to the Championship season following relegation from the top flight last term.
Birmingham meanwhile remain without a win in the Championship this term, with five draws from their opening seven fixtures so far.
West Brom fans, what did you make of last night? Poor performance? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!
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