West Brom has moved to the third position in the Championship climbing from below for earning an incredible 2-1 in the match against Sheffield United. David McGoldrick, the striker from Blades has opened the score. However, the Baggies equalized the score prior to halftime against the play through Gareth Barry even before the less effort by Kieran Gibbson the seventy-sixth minute finished the turnaround.

With a win, Darren Moore’s side moved on to an unbeaten run to 6 games. This game has left the Blade without any win in previous 3 home fixtures. Sam Johnstone, the Albion goalkeeper had been pressed early on by hosting team and had been called into action for tipping the cross behind of Mark Duffy.

Johnstone’s poor distribution have presented with United with an opportunity as the ball was intercepted by Oliver Norwood and played McGoldrick, the person who had been denied by the goalkeeper.

The opening score came at a twelfth minute after Chris Basham along with his incisive ball which enabled McGoldrick for evading the marker and moved past Johnstone at a great pace. The host kept on giving chances with a deflected low shot from Duffy that was saved by Johnstone at a close post prior to McGoldrick sent over the cross that was pretty high for Norwood.

Albion, on the other hand, got the opportunity of a free-kick about 30 years that had been taken by Harvey Barnes. He is the one who curled his work right-hand of Dean Henderson. The home side kept dominating. Nonetheless, Billy Sharp, the skipper was the one next for threatening while he watched his shot from the inside area as he was charged down. A low cross was sent over by Jack O’Connell that was reflected across the goal. Albion equalized at 41st minute as Barnes broke free towards the left.