West Brom manager, Steve Clarke, said his side's win last night against Liverpool, was not down to luck, but excellent football.
West Brom's 2-0 win came from goals by Gareth McAuley in the 80th minute and Romelu Lukaku in injury time. Albion's goalkeeper Ben Foster had an excellent evening making a string of fine saves, including one from Steven Gerrard from the penalty spot.
West Brom's victory at Anfield follows their 3-0 win at home on the opening day of the season.
It's the first time Albion have won home and away against Liverpool since 1967.
The win saw them leapfrog Liverpool in the Premier League and they're now in 8th position.
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