A solid display from the England man who had to be alert to the string of shots West Brom threw at him, pick of the bunch was a catch from Odemwingie.
The left-back couldn't find a team-mate in the first half, but kept it simple in the second period and looked far more assured (which wasn't difficult).
Had a glorious chance to put the Hammers ahead with a header from six yards but nodded right at Carson. Otherwise a bit underwhelming.
Keen to get forward at any opportunity, the full-back put in some decent crosses. Sadly for him, none were converted.
Solid, if stoic, display from the Hammers captain who had to be alive to make a few blocks early on, but handled Odemwingie well after the break.
Withdrawn early into the second half after fears he might get himself send off after being booked for hauling down Reid for the penalty, and then going in hard on Dorrans.
Unsurprisingly Man of the Match and the engine of West Ham's midfield. He did everything, and more than made up for a few underwhelming performances by his team-mates. Took his goal expertly.
A glimpse of the Dyer of old with a series of jinking runs. Won the penalty with a similarly tricky dance into the box and was a pain all evening for the away side.
Perhaps the little Mexican's best performance for the Hammers, with some may runs, only a decent final ball lacking.
The long legs of the Hammers forward caused problems at times for the away side, and he took his penalty with aplomb, but had large periods of transparency.
Forced off with injury in the second half but not before a bullish display as the lone man up front, with little for his efforts.
Had no chance with Parker's superb goal, but was alive to deny Gabbidon and Boa Morte. Sent the wrong way by Piquionne from the penalty spot, after indulging in some bizarre jig on the goalline.
Guilty of giving the ball away for the Hammers' first goal but posed more of a threat at the other end, heading in from Brunt's cross midway through the second half.
Not adverse to playing at right-back, the Irish international looked assured, even if he was tied in knots a couple of times by Barrera.
Kept Dyer in his pocket for the first period, but suddenly lost his head in the second half as the little winger tore him a new one.
Barely noticeable (which is unusual for the crazy Austrian who is used to bright hair colours), which owed more to quietly going about his business.
A quiet game from the usually silky Scot, who struggled to make an impact on the game, save for one mazy run and shot which didn't trouble Green.
Relished the space and time given by the home side and saw plenty of the ball, and linked up well with Brunt, but couldn't find many shots on goal.
Limited to a few strikes from long range early on, but his delivery from set pieces was a threat and it was his cross that provided the equaliser.
Took his penalty with confidence, and played the loan man role with bullishness, poise and style.