Wigan Athletic 1 - 2 West Bromwich Albion

Match info: Premier League at DW Stadium

Date: 10/11/2012 KO: 15:00 Ref: N Swarbrick Att: 17,812

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

Wigan

Arouna Kone 44

1
vs
2

West Brom

Gary Caldwell 43 (og)
James Morrison 31

FT (ht: 1-2)

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  • Thanks for joining me this afternoon. Stay with us for a full match report and reaction from Roberto Martinez and Steve Clarke.

  • West Brom claim their first away win of the season after an impressive performance against Wigan. The Latics had plenty of the ball, but lacked a cutting edge in front of goal and were found wanting at the back.

  • The full-time whistle goes.

    90+6
  • Mulumbu is inches away from making it 3-1 with a curled effort.

    90+4
  • Figueroa advances forward and, with the crowd urging him to shoot, drills his effort way over the top.

    90+4
  • Gera goes into the book for a crude challenge on Stam, but the free-kick comes to nothing.

    90+3
  • Clarke continues his protestations to the fourth official. Have to admit, five seems a bit steep.

    90+1
  • FIVE minutes of added time will be played. Steve Clarke is not impressed.

    90
  • Markus Rosenberg on for Lukaku.

    87
  • Jordi Gomez and Mauro Boselli on for Watson and Di Santo.

    86
  • Maloney's cross is bound for Di Santo, but Beausejour heads it wide. Corner given, much to West Brom's anger, but it comes to nothing.

    85
  • Beausejour's cross is met well by the climbing Di Santo, but bounces off the head of Kone two yards from goal and over the bar.

    81
  • Brunt's corner from the right is headed away from under his own bar by Boyce.

    79
  • Jones goes into the book for bringing down Watson.

    77
  • Watson sprays the ball out to Di Santo, whose clipped cross is gathered by Myhill over the head of Olsson.

    75
  • Di Santo's deflected cross finds the feet of Maloney just inside the area. He has time to measure his shot, but can only fire it over the bar.

    72
  • Great play from Watson to release Maloney, but he fails to link up with Kone on the edge of the area.

    71
  • The rain begins to fall as darkness descends over the DW Stadium.

    70
  • Double change for the Baggies, with Morrison and Long making way for Zoltan Gera and Peter Odemwingie.

    68
  • Beausejour leads a Wigan break with Di Santo and Kone in support, he elects to aim for the former, when the latter was in more space.

    68

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