This is how Albion rated as a single player in a very successful team performance at West Ham.
As always, individual ratings don’t necessarily go well with team rosters.
But there were several good marks at the London Stadium.
ROBERT SANCHEZ 8/10
Secured another clean sheet with two super agile, highlight reel tippers. Was also very confident on crosses against a Hammers side notorious for their set pieces.
JOEL VELTMAN 8/10
His body got in the way of a Cresswell explosion during one of West Ham’s lighter spells. Simple, tidy and strong as always. May like to play a clever Aps or find row Z depending on the situation.
LEWIS DUNK 8/10
Not exactly headline-grabbing for the skipper – but crucially, his work also kept another highly touted striker out of the limelight. Antonio barely got a touch and the excitement of Scamacca’s entrance soon evaporated.
ADAM WEBSTER 8/10
A kamikaze pass early gave West Ham a chance but he made some key interventions, on the left of the three and then as a right centre-back in a four.
ONLY 8th/10th MARCH
Another lively afternoon far right – and seemingly wider than it was at Old Trafford. Was involved in a good build-up play but should have scored with a header.
ALEXIS MAC ALLISTER 9/10
Memory says this may well have been his best game in an Albion shirt. Broke up and set in motion – for 90 minutes, but above all with the penalty and the March chance. Was also involved in the second goal, having already pocketed the penalty.
MOISES CAICEDO 8/10
Can win tackles he seems to go into as second favorite and see improbable passes. Played a big part in helping Albion take control in the first half.
LEANDRO TROSSARD 8/10
Great work leading up to the penalty shootout and then running and finishing to score the second goal. We’ve seen Albion beg such chances from different players in the past, but this one always went in. Was always difficult to shake the ball off and flashed a volley wide in the first half.
PASCAL BIG 8/10
Has a great goals record against Manchester United and an assists record against West Ham. His seventh against the Hammers was a brilliant ploy to cap a generally solid, hard-fought afternoon.
ADAM LALLANA 8/10
One of those players whose individual contribution is particularly difficult to assess as a moving part of a machine. Helped move Albion forward and find spaces in the first half.
DANNY WELBECK 8/10
Again, good job leading the line and bringing others into play. Might have sniffed a goal if the ball had run more friendly a few times, but played a big role in the crucial start.
SUBS – PERVIS ESTUPINAN 7/10
Showed an encouraging will to charge forward and defend by holding the ball. A confident debut and he allowed Albion to change form.
ENOCK MWEPU and KAORU MITOMA N/A
Sent on for the final phase.
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