Albion had to battle back from two goals down to earn a draw at Huddersfield.
After their first win of the season, Albion found themselves two goals down after a slow start in Yorkshire.
On loan midfielder Tino Anjorin scored a wonderful goal to open the scoring after Albion were slow to close him down following a short corner.
The England youth international then doubled the host's lead when he capitalised on a mistake from Albion captain Dara O'Shea to fire home from close range.
Jed Wallace got Albion back into the game with his first for the club before the break after good work down the left from Grady Diangana.
Wallace doubled his tally for the club 12 minutes into the second half when he volleyed home from close range.
Albion were then denied a clear penalty when Karlon Grant had his legs taken from beneath him on his return to his old stomping ground.