Beaten from range twice and should have done better for both really. Other than the goals, he had little to do and he's been a real disappointment this season after a good start to life in the Premier League.
Dominant in the air and could have even got on the scoresheet himself in the first half with a free header that he should have put away.
Stood off for both goals when he should have stepped up. Also lost six of the nine aerial duels he went up for. Wasn't the best performance to say the least.
Didn't really offer much going forward. Could be to do with how high Lamah plays up the pitch, as he struggled to link up with him.
As always, brilliant down the right. He always got forward to support Routledge in attack but was just as competent when asked to defend, which wasn’t very often.
J. de Guzmán
Was great going forward and although he should have finished one of his chances, it was his eagerness to make things happen that will have impressed most. Really productive with the ball.
His usual self but Monk needs to see more from him. He can pass the ball and is used as an outlet for players but didn't offer anything going forward or defensively.
Tidy in possession, which you'd expect, but having two players like himself and Britton in a midfield puts a lot of pressure on a team's forwards to create chances for themselves.
Linked up well with Rangel throughout the game and was his typically dynamic self. Caused problems for the West Brom defence on multiple occasions. Only criticism would be that he needs to shoot more often rather than trying to find a team-mate.
Wasn’t his greatest performance in a Swansea shirt but his movement was good for the majority of the game – he just couldn’t finish off one of the chances he got.
Got the game off to a flyer with a lovely goal in the second minute and he continued to cause Steven Reid problems for the rest of his time on the pitch with his electrifying pace.
Could have done better with the goal but it came so early on that he couldn't have been expecting it. Other than that he made a few good saves that kept West Brom on level terms.
The defender completed just 64% of his passes against West Brom but that doesn't matter when you're Jonas Olsson. He kept Swansea at bay, marshalling his defence and asking them to push higher up the pitch.
Solid, if not inspiring replacement for Claudio Yacob. Doesn't offer the tackling ability that the man from Argentina does, which was shown by the fact that he didn't win a single tackle today.
Was lucky not to concede a penalty after clearly blocking De Guzman's close range effort with his arm but was dominant in the air in the second half.
Made a few shocking errors in the first half, including being way out of position for Lamah's goa but turned things around after half-time and his experience showed in the closing stages.
Ventured forward whenever possible but looked a bit lost in a more advanced position in the first half.
Scored a cracking goal to complete a fantastic comeback by the Baggies. Otherwise defensively solid and his energy epitomised West Brom's second-half display.
He was anonymous in the first half and gave the traveling support very little to cheer about. But that all changed in the 52nd minute when he laced home an absolute beauty from the edge of the box that completely transformed the match. Took the game to Swansea and was the inspiration behind his side's comeback.
The midfielder was everywhere for West Brom today, always available for his team-mates and offering something both defensively and in attacking areas. He's really come into his own of late.
The quieter of the midfield bunch. Although this doesn't mean his role went unnoticed. He was tenacious and strong in the tackle throughout the game and barely put a foot wrong.
Fairly poor all game. His hold-up play just isn't what you'd expect from a player of his size and, although he wasn't given much support, he needs to do better in the final third.