Rondon ends scoring drought to help West Brom secure draw at Burnley
Rondon ends scoring drought to help West Brom secure draw at Burnley.
While it was a much-needed point for Tony Pulis’ side after their recent run, it was hardly a turning point in terms of performance.
Manager rating out of 10 6 — Changes had to be made considering West Brom’s recent run of form but it was disappointing to see both Nacer Chadli and James Morrison out of the starting XI.
Field deserved his opportunity, as did McClean, who has been unfortunate not to see more game time this season.
Players introduced after 70 minutes get no rating) GK Ben Foster, 5 — The England international has won West Brom several points this season but was caught in no man’s lands for Burnley’s equaliser, presenting Sam Vokes with an easy opportunity.
DF Jonny Evans, 6 — Defended well enough without ever doing anything outstanding, withdrawn after half-time with an injury.
Delivery from set pieces was mixed, but added another assist with the corner for Dawson’s goal.
His hard running this season was rewarded with a goal, finishing neatly after a good turn in the box.
Substitutes DF Allan Nyom, 7 — Gave West Brom an extra dimension going forward, and a good crossfield pass to instigate the move for Rondon’s equaliser.
MF James Morrison, 6 — A few neat pieces of play and drifted into some good areas, but never looked like effecting the game too much.