West Brom proves it's alive

Sam Allardyce gets his first win at the head of the team in the derby against the Wolves. Nuno's men are moving further and further away from European positions.


West Brom, with two penalties from Brazilian Matheus Pereira, showed that they are alive by beating Wolves at the Molineux stadium, 2-3, and breaking their bad streak that had led them to get only 2 points in the last seven matches in the Premier. The victory, second for the team in eighteen days of the Premier, where it had not won since November 28, 2020, does not allow West Brom to leave the relegation places, where it is penultimate, but if, at least, not to drop almost definitely when being now three points from the salvation zone.

Brazilian Matheus Pereira scored the 0-1 penalty (min.8), which was matched by Portuguese Fabio Silva in 38. Ivorian Willy Boly scored 2-1 before the break (min.43). In the second half, the Nigerian Semi Ajayi scored the tie at two (m.52) and, again, Pereira and also from a penalty established the 2-3 (m.56) that would ultimately be definitive.

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