The Finn took a few minutes to settle but produced a string of fine saves when he did. Composed and reliable, as ever, despite the odd lapse in concentration.
An absolute wall at the back, dealing with the threat of Lukaku superbly and blocking the occasional goal-bound shot with real fervour.
Made encouraging runs down the right flank throughout and was acknowledged for his contribution by a grateful home crowd when he came off in the second half.
A resolute display at the back – hardly put a foot wrong and excelled at regaining the ball in awkward positions when on the stretch.
Linked up well with Jarvis and helped cause real problems down that left-hand side, where the ball ran through for both first-half goals.
In his 450th league game, the 30-year-old was fittingly active, controlling play well and fighting for every ball with a die-hard spirit. There was no one on the pitch with more influence than the skipper.
A superb display from the winger. He was not afraid to do what he is famed for – take people on at will, also sending in plenty of crosses, almost winning a penalty and enjoying a couple of chances, as well. The only downer for the 26-year-old was that he did not get on the scoresheet and is still yet to get an assist this season.
Was terrific in the middle, helping Nolan runs things in midfield and was indomitable in his tackles. Hardly let any surrounding West Brom players breathe when they were in possession.
Instrumental from the off, taking the corner for Carrol’s opener and then curling a stunning effort into the back of the net for the second. One of his better – if not best – games this season.
Won headers for fun and did so for the first goal. Was simply unstoppable in the air, even showing good touches along the ground, and did his fair share at the back too. His second goal was an absolute stunner.
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Lively, eager and enthusiastic – the Portuguese forward displayed energy in abundance. The odd slip up and fluffed shot did creep into the 26-year-old's game but it did not stop the home fans from cheering his every contribution.
The England deputy keeper had a lot to deal with and did not really make a mistake. A lack of support from his defence hindered him and he was thus unable to really make a difference.
Coped well at the back for the majority of the game and was unafraid to venture forward. Could not produce the required solidity at key moments, however, as was punished by effective attacking play.
Quiet all day and did not make a notable impact. Steve Clarke will be looking for more from the 26-year-old in future.
Scored a disallowed goal early on which was typical of his brute strength in the air. Did not offer much else, however, and was powerless at the back when West Ham pushed forward.
Struggled to deal with the Hammers' front men all day. Will be disappointed to have been so ineffective.
Occasionally sharp in attack but fired his best chance of the first half over the bar from close range. The Scot also failed to make his usual impact from set-pieces apart from his late penalty, which was rather meaningless.
Failed to make an impact from midfield and could not stop Diame and Nolan from running thins in the middle of the park.
A truly bad day at the office for the midfielder. Did not make any notable contributions throughout until he was sent off late on for kicking the ball at a West Ham player.
As with Yacob, Brunt was similarly ineffective and failed to orchestrate the Baggies from attacking midfield. A day to forget for the captain.
Showed strength and determination but was effectively handcuffed by the West Ham defenders. These are the kind of occasions the Belgian will have to learn to influence more as he develops.
Not the most productive day from the striker and a quiet day culminated in him being withdrawn in the second half.