Could do nothing about the own goal, where he was left totally stranded, but made a few decent reaction saves.
Almost caught out with a casual pass across the box that Bent came close to snatching and then embarrassingly messed up by shinning a Downing cross into his own net. Recovered with a solid second half.
The Chilean struggled throughout the first half against the pace of Ashley Young. Had to be replaced due to injury minutes into the second half.
The former Villa man struggled against Downing and Walker down the left but put in a vital challenge on the latter in the second half just as he was about to lay off to Bent for a tap in.
Stand-in captain for the injured Chris Brunt timed the offside trap to perfection to thwart Bent, and powerfully leapt above Agbonlahor to prevent the Englishman from nodding home at the back stick in the second half.
A very lively performance from the Scottish international, who linked well with his midfield colleagues.
Made a terrific tackle to prevent Agbonlahor from pulling the trigger on the edge of the area and got involved in the passing play to good effect. Got an assist but saw red for two needless bookable offences just after Odemwingie made it 1-1
Hero. Won the game with a turn and finish late on. Almost scored a stunning equaliser with a bending strike after opening the angle from 25 yards out. Energetic and tidy from the Congolese midfielder.
The man who scored a stunning equalizer at White Hart Lane was at the hub of most things for the Baggies in the first half as he floated behind Odemwingie, and threaded an inch perfect pass through to Vela.
Went for the spectacular first time lob when he had time to take a touch and place one past Friedel, with the shot inevitably going over. Had a first-half free kick that soared above the bar. Taken off for Fortune.
The Nigerian forward was harshly judged to be offside after he had raced through on goal before being felled by Collins. Continued to be thwarted by Villa's offside trap and hardly had a chance to score despite showing touches of class in build-up play, but kept his head up to become West Brom's first ever player to strike in four consecutive Premier League games with fine reaction finish. Lively throughout and taken off for Tchoyi in stoppage time.
Made a stellar save from a Mulumbu long range effort at 1-0 and then bravely took the ball down in a sea of white and blue shirts. Had precious little to do and was not at fault for Odemwingie's goal, but may wish to have done more from the winner.
The Irishman put his side under needless trouble as he dreadfully headed a Cox cross straight back to the Englishman. Limped off just after the restart.
Struggled down the left against Vela and the free-roaming Cox but was much better in the second half, making several vital tackles.
The man on loan from Tottenham continued to show why he is considered one of the country's brightest prospects with a steady showing at right-back by offering Villa an outlet down the flank and coming close to scoring with a floated cross that nearly crept into the near post.
Highly fortunate not to have been sent off after he brought down Odemwingie when he was through on goal, only to see referee Phil Dowd incorrectly decide that the Nigerian was offside.
A man who has been linked with a move to Juventus in recent weeks put in a typically English midfield performance, with a few 'hard man' tackles in the first half. An energetic display from the former West Ham man, who kept it simple with his passing. Taken off after Scharner was sent off for Pires.
His trickery in the box and his in-swinging cross led to Meite's confusion, with the Ivorian haplessly skimming the ball into his own goal. Came close with a thumping hit in the second half that Carson managed to tip wide.
Had an early shot that was hit with power if not precision as Carson was able to collect in between the sticks. Taken off for Albrighton after Mulumbu's goal.
Squandered a chance to make it 2-0 after cutting inside Jara and firing over from the left channel. Enterprising but just lacked quality.
Had the ball in the net in the first half but was ruled offside, a rare moment of action for the surprisingly quiet England striker.
Showed a few clever touches in the first period as Villa piled forward but missed a couple of chances in the second.