Albion finish pleases Pulis

Last updated : 01 January 2017 By Wba-mad Editor

Tony Pulis admits he's been given a selection headache after Albion's 2-1 win at Southampton. 

The Baggies had to come from a goal down but strikes from Matt Phillips and Hal Robson-Kanu's wonderful goal saw Albion finish 2016 on a high. 

Albion were slow out of the blocks and former Baggies man Shane Long deservedly gave the hosts the lead in the 41st minute. 

Phillips equalised almost immediately after good work from Chris Brunt and Robson-Kanu before the Welshman's stunning winner. 

"In the first half we were shocking really, way off the pace of the game," said Pulis. 

"But in the second half we got going and we played with a lot more purpose.

"Robson-Kanu has been very good. We felt it was the right time to give Salomon Rondon a rest, he was a little bit down in training this week. Now I have a problem Monday... who do I pick?"

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