Could do little about the own goal which fell perfectly into the bottom corner off his own player. Distribution was unusually poor in the second with a mis-kick and slip from a throw.
Committed performance, making a couple of important headers and blocks against Walters after the break. But, as a unit, both goals - one unmarked and another unchallenged - were sloppy.
Played at right back in place of Steven Reid but an unchallenged Arnautovic cross from his flank resulted in the first goal. Pulled the ball back for the equaliser later on.
Involved in the cross that led to Sessegnon's chance. Unfortunate to see his intervention on a cross fly into the net for Stoke's first but backed off Adam for the second.
Starting to pick up the sort of form that earned him rave reviews in his early Baggies career. Nice vision and his passing was always neat, later driving forward to create the first goal.
Returned from injury to make his final loan appearance but wasn't ever really in the game and eventually came off in the second half after making very little impact.
Worked tirelessly for the team throughout the game and was the better of the two central midfielders as he sat alongside Mulumbu, albeit without producing anything special.
Made his way back into the side but gave Ireland far too much space and time on the ball throughout, when he was effective in the final third.
Retained his place at left-back but found it hard to stop Stoke's play in the final third, particularly with crosses. Pulled in a terrific ball across goal but Berahino couldn't take advantage.
Clipped the underside of the bar after a scramble in box but was only a yard out and should have scored. Made amends later with the equaliser after finding space.
The club's leading goalscorer with five goals was not without chances today and could have added to his tally. Notably, he had a fine chance from a Brunt cross but couldn't connect.
Edged closer to his 100th league appearance for the club as Asmir Begovic was rested. Saw his bar rattled early on by Sessegnon and conceded to him later in the second.
Opertated centrally alongside Shawcross and looked tidy in defence, making a number of smart interceptions and showing strength on more than one occasion.
Linked up nicely with Odemwingie on the right-hand side as the two worked well in the final third to get behind the defensive line. Put in some dangerous crosses.
Returned to the starting line-up following suspension and formed a solid central pairing with Wilson. Strong in the header but, much like the Baggies, crosses were a problem.
Had a decent first half but began to become exposed on the left during some periods of play where they attacked down his flank. Goal came down his side with Dawson unmarked.
Had some nice touches in possession behind the lone striker, Walters. Linked up play well in the final third, hardly ever giving the ball away as he drifted around the pitch with ease.
Not as commanding as he usually is in the middle but much of Stoke's brighter play took place on the wings.
Solid display in the middle that showed good play on the ball in the first half and some decent defensive work when needed during patches in the second half.
Came into the line-up in place of the injured Oussama Assaidi but guilty of missing a glorious chance with a header. Quiet in the first-half but was more of a nuisance in the second.
Hugged the left-wing in the first-half and the Baggies defence were stretched. Put in the ball that caused the opening goal after McAuley turned it into his own net.
Returned to The Hawthorns for the first time since his controversial departure. Booed throughout but looked bright on the right-hand side. Ran at players and confident on the ball.
Came on for Walters with the scores all level and hit a trademark strike from distance that wrapped up all three points as he drove forward unchallenged.
Introduced into the game as a substitute in place of Odemwingie who received a barrage of abuse as he left the pitch. Did his job by holding up play on occasions.