BLAST FROM THE PAST: West Brom v Swans

10th February

West Brom 1 Swansea City 2
Barclays Premier League - Saturday, 4 February 2012
Goals from Danny Graham and Gylfi Sigurdsson earned Swansea City a second away win of the season at a snowy Hawthorns.
But the visitors had to come from behind to earn all three points after Marc-Antoine Fortune had put the Baggies ahead.
The result moved the Swans back into the top half of the Premier League, and they certainly earned their plaudits in difficult conditions in the Midlands.
While Swansea arrived with the division's worst away record, the hosts started brightly and nearly went ahead when Sigurdsson cleared Peter Odemwingie's header off the line.
The second half quickly sparked into life, however, with three goals inside five minutes just before the hour.
Fortune's first Premier League goal in 12 months put West Brom ahead, as the French striker fired past Michel Vorm from a tight angle after a corner wasn't cleared.
But the home side's celebrations were short-lived as Sigurdsson levelled for the Swans within a minute of the restart.
The midfielder converted Neil Taylor's teasing low cross past Ben Foster for his first Swansea goal since his arrival on loan from Hoffenheim.
The Iceland international - appropriately excelling in the freezing conditions - then turned provider with a cross whipped in from the right that Danny Graham managed to steer into the corner with his left foot.
Graham was denied a chance to extend the lead further when his effort rolled the wrong side of the post, while Odemwingie wasted a glorious chance to equalise late on when he fired over the crossbar with the goal at his mercy.

WEST BROM: Foster, Olsson, Reid, Shorey, McAuley, Morrison, Thomas (Tchoyi, 72), Dorrans (Cox, 71), Mulumbu (Scharner, 64), Odemwingie, Fortune.

SWANS: Vorm, Rangel, Williams, Caulker, Taylor, Britton, Allen, Sigurdsson, Sinclair, Dyer (Routledge, 88), Graham.

Attendance: 24,274 (including 2,506 away fans)