Had a number of bodies in front of him for the first goal so that was always going to make it difficult to save. Didn't have much to contend with at all in the second with his side on top.
Returned to the line-up following injury and showed good reading of the ball, particularly in the air. Generally solid in an organised centre-back partnership.
Didn't get out quick enough to Dejagah, allowing him to fire his shot on goal for Fulham's opener. Was nonetheless tidy on the ball going forward.
A welcome return from injury for the club in place of Steven Reid but was hauled off the pitch with an injury as the first half neared its end.
Read the game well and attacked every ball that came his way in the first half after some strong Fulham pressure but had little to do in a contrasting second half.
High-energy throughout and began to impose himself on the game early in the second half with some quick feet and attacking play.
Didn't make an instant impact but began to lead in his role as captain in a second half of constant home pressure. Put in some fine crosses and always showed for the ball.
Back from injury and looked his side's hardest worker for much of the game. Battled hard in the middle of the park and won numerous 50/50 challenges to break up the play.
Started on the right of an attacking trio but dropped back into right-back after Jones was taken off injured. Made more of an impression in the second period and was strong on the overlap.
Hit a goal on his debut and started again today. Had the chance to put his side ahead but hit a great chance straight at the keeper. Replaced at half-time by Gera.
Tipped for big things at the club having signed a new contract extension recently but didn't ever get himself into the game and was taken off for Vydra as Pepe Mel searched for an equaliser.
Pulled off a great one-on-one save against Thievy with the scores all level. But he fumbled a shot from Vydra, powerful as it was, and that drew the Baggies level.
Fans and players alike led appeals against the Dutch defender after they felt he clattered into Thievy for a potential penalty.
Pulled the ball across the box for the opening goal which allowed Dejagah his shot after Holtby missed his own swing on goal. Later replaced for Burn after a decent shift.
Might have had the chance of putting his side ahead just moments into the game but saw his thunderous header inside the box fly inches over.
Preferred over Riise at left-back and had a relatively easy first half of football with only a quick counter attack, which ended on the left, really falling his way.
Solid at right-back but had to soak up a lot of pressure in the second half and a combination of players, Morrison in particular, meant he had to stay sharp. He did well though.
Fired his side in front with a low drive on goal from the right-hand side after Ridgewell failed to close him down. Caused the left-back problems every time he ran at him.
Linked up play nicely in the final third and showed glimpses of some strong movement and touches of the ball. Wasn't as effective when defending and lost his way a bit in the second.
Fulham's leading goalscorer prior to kick-off with six and you would have backed him to fire home from yards out early on but he blazed his shot over the bar.
Put in a performance of real strength in the middle and was tenacious in the challenge. He was a menace for the Baggies midfield throughout.
His first start since the 6-0 thrashing at the hands of Hull eights games ago, and started the move for opening goal. Showed some good movement but not heavily involved afterwards.
Came on in place of Berahino during the latter stages of the game and could have made an instant impact but wasted his chance. Scored a late leveller to claim a draw.
Entered the game just before half time after Jones picked up a knock and added strength to their forward line. In the right places for shots but just couldn't find an opening.
Brought on at half-time in place of Thievy to help balance the shape of their side with Anichebe's introduction. Provided some good width for his side and worked hard.
Made his way into the game early into the second half in a straight swap at left-back as the visitors soaked up a lot of pressure.
Brought on during the second half in place of Richardson as his side were enduring a long spell of defending. Sat in an adjusted back five but couldn't stop his side from conceding.
Made his debut from the bench in place of Rodallega to a roar of cheers from the visiting fans. Didn't ever have a chance in front of goal as his side were on the back foot.