Got down to his right to save a penalty early on although it was poorly hit. Not a chance with the own goal, which flew over him, but made a smart double-save earlier too.
Made tackling look easy with some smart positioning. Strong in the air and led from the back, making a particularly superb goal-line block to deny Eriksen.
Knocked in an unchallenged ball for the second goal after being given plenty of time. Kept Eriksen at bay but had more to deal with when Lennon switched flanks.
Unlucky to see his block for a Naughton cross fly into the net after he tried to close down the angle. Hobbled off in the second half with an injury.
Put in strong tackles time and time again and was a steady presence at the back but Lennon finally got the beating of him during the second half.
Always showed up for the ball and has the ability to make things happen. Did not shy away from carrying the ball forward and was rewarded for his efforts with a goal. Later replaced.
Returned as the only change from the Baggies' last game and doubled their lead early on after finding himself in acres of space. High work ethic but impact faded as Spurs grew stronger.
Positioned himself well in the second half as he tried to break down Spurs' attacking advances. Did his job but was not as effective as he should have been as Tottenham fought back.
A real handful throughout the game as he whipped in a cross for the first and played his part in the second. Conceded a penalty on Rose but continued to beat him throughout.
Looked bright early on and made one notable cross-field pass to Vydra that showed great vision. Began to make a few simple errors as Spurs fought back.
Made his third consecutive start with a bang as he reacted quickly to fire home the opening goal. Was a constant threat with his movement. Hauled off for Berahino at 3-2.
Palmed away a right-wing cross only to see it fall to the feet of Vydra and into the net. Left exposed by his defence for the second and third.
Not the strongest in the pass early on but did force an own goal after whipping in an inviting cross that flew in off Olsson. Began to overlap better in the second half.
Misjudged the flight of the ball and gifted a run through on goal for Sessegnon as he scored their third. Made a few sloppy passes that lost possession.
His clumsy foul on Vydra should have been a penalty and he struggled with his movement. Could not handle Sessegnon's pace for West Brom's third and was replaced at the break.
Poor for both early goals, rolled too easily by Amalfitano and did not close down for the second. Won a penalty afterwards but was far too weak in the tackle throughout.
Did not impact the first half but began to find more of the ball in the second as he stretched the play and stayed further wide. Gave his side momentum and assisted Kane's goal.
Sat deep but did not impact the game enough for a player of his ability. Should have been given greater licence going forward but was rarely seen in the final third.
Gave Reid have too much room for his cross for the second and should have closed him down. Made some neat passes in the second half and fired home the equaliser.
Steady if unspectacular in the middle but there was a strong case for a handball against him in the build-up for the second and that should have been spotted. Later replaced.
Has transformed under Sherwood with an impressive ten goals since December but missed an early penalty. Not his best day as he could not get past either centre-back.
Made his second league start after finding the net last time out and was found in acres of space from a Lennon cross to score again. Slow to get into the game, though.
On for Sessegnon as the visitors began to pick up and settled in nicely alongside Mulumbu. Might have been better replacing Dorrans as they lost Sessegnon's flair going forward.
Came on for Vydra midway through the second half and had a few chances on the break but was isolated.