Albion had to come from behind to earn a point on their first trip to the London Stadium against West Ham.
Nacer Chadli gave Albion the perfect start in the 6th minute when he fired home from close range.
But back came West Ham and Albion had to wait until the 94th minute to find an equaliser.
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An injury time equaliser from Gareth McAuley rescued West Bromwich Albion a point on their first visit to the London Stadium.
Nacer Chadli gave the visitors the perfect start, but the Hammers hit back after the break through Sofiane Feghouli.
Lanzini completed the comeback four minutes from time with an arrowed strike from distance.
But the drama was not over with Evans heading home deep into stoppage time.
The last time Albion beat West Ham away, they roared back from 3-0 down to triumph 4-3 on a memorable afternoon.
That was more than 13 years ago, but it was a game that is still fondly remembered.
There may not have been as many goals as that thriller in 2003 but it was just as topsy-turvy and there were plenty of talking points, particularly in a rip-roaring first-half that ended with referee Michael Oliver being booed off the pitch by the home fans.
It was one of those days when east London believed that fortune was hiding from West Ham. Controversies abounded for the Match of the Day analysts to dwell on, the home crowd, manager and staff convinced that they had much the worst of them.
They were irate enough by half-time for assistant manager Nikola Jurcevic to be sent to the stand and after substitute Jonny Evans headed a late equaliser Slaven Bilic followed him, convinced that his goalkeeper had been fouled.
Sofiane Feghouli's disallowed goal in the first 20 minutes was the most hotly debated. He compensated by knocking in the equaliser later on and then setting up Manuel Lanzini to score, but a seventh win in ten games was denied in added time.
The home side thought they had grabbed all three points, when Manuel Lanzini looked to have completed a second-half comeback with a wonderful 25-yard strike with three minutes remaining.
But West Brom won a corner in stoppage time that was delivered by Chris Brunt and Evans rose at the back post to head the ball into the net.
Bilic felt his goalkeeper Darren Randolph had been impeded as he attempted to punch Brunt’s corner, but the goal was allowed to stand and the Croatian threw a television microphone to the ground in anger.
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