Had very little to do all game as his side dominated but could do little to stop Romelu Lukaku’s goal at the end of the first half.
Got forward well on the right while defending efficiently, showing his capabilities at both ends of the pitch in a very impressive display.
Looked solid when called upon in defence and was positive in his passing as he helped build Swansea’s numerous attacks.
Overlapped superbly and showed a good understanding with Pablo Hernandez, earning himself an assist for Routledge’s second.
Dealt well with Lukaku in another uncompromising display but had little to do in the heart of the Swans’ defence.
Looked very lively on the right and provided a superb cross from which Michu opened the scoring, before causing constant problems on that side of the pitch throughout the game.
Showcased a superb range of passing as he spread the ball all over the pitch, sparking numerous opportunities for his side and regularly finding team-mates in space.
Two superb finishes brought him two goals and the midfielder popped up in virtually every attacking position as he wreaked havoc alongside Hernandez and Michu.
Showed a good partnership with Britton as he also impressed with his passing ability, switching play regularly to stretch the game and the Baggies defence.
Finished well to give his side an early lead and caused a few problems for the West Brom defence before being replaced in the dying moments by Kemy Augustien.
Was absolutely superb throughout as he picked up two assists while being the heartbeat of Swansea’s attacking play before being replaced in the 78th minute with a slight thigh strain.
Could do nothing about any of the goals he conceded and otherwise barely touched the ball as the Swans dominated proceedings.
Struggled mightily against Hernandez throughout and looked all at sea against the Spaniard, who made merry down the Baggies’ right with little challenge forthcoming. Also picked up a late booking for his troubles.
Was booked for a foul on Routledge in his frustration as the Northern Irishman found himself dominated by Michu and unable to assert any dominance at all.
Did little of any great consequence in the game as the Swansea attackers dominated proceedings and found himself completely marginalised.
Was slightly unlucky to take a heavy deflection for Swansea’s second goal and struggled to keep track of Dyer before picking up a yellow card for dissent.
Got forward with enthusiasm early on but was on the fringes for too much of the game as he struggled to assert himself.
Was overshadowed by Britton and Ki in the centre of midfield, as his partnership with Mulumbu proved largely ineffective and he cut a frustrated figure like many of his team-mates.
Looked something of a threat on the left but often cut a frustrated figure, picking up a yellow for persistent fouling before seeing his corner turned in by Lukaku.
Tried to win the physical battle but found his Swansea counterparts were too quick and were able to avoid his challenges and keep him largely anonymous.
Sent several shots wide of goal and was unable to play any meaningful passes without gifting the ball back to his opponents in what was a disappointing display from the Nigerian.
Tried to use his considerable strength and pace in the lone striker role but was dealt with well by Flores and Williams despite finding the net late in the first half.