Literally, how on earth do they keep doing this?
West Brom pulled off a dramatic late win against Spurs and in the process kept their Premier League survival hopes alive.
Jake Livermore bundled the ball over the line against his former club to secure the life-saving three points for the Baggies.
West Brom needed to win otherwise their relegation to the Championship would have been confirmed today.
Darren Moore’s men pulled it off again though, as they continue to prolong what many people had thought was inevitable many weeks ago.
Moore is in caretaker charge of the side and will surely get the job on a permanent basis after the results he has picked up during his reign.
West Brom have salvaged 11 points from five games, with the run of results including an win away at Man United and a hard-fought point against Liverpool.
West Brom stunned everyone when they pulled off the original great escape in the 2004-05 season.
Bryan Robson’s side went into the final day of the season needing to win and hoping that three other results went their way.
The unthinkable happened and the club survived when all signs had pointed to relegation.
If the Baggis were to pull off this miracle, then it would surely top even the triumph of 2005.
Darren Moore’s side will be cheering on Everton when they face Southampton in the late kick-off.
A win for Mark Hughes’ Southampton would relegate West Brom and spoil the party for everyone.
Fans can’t believe that another Baggies great escape is still on the cards…
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