West Brom were unlucky on Tuesday evening, losing 2-1 against West Ham despite a battling performance.
Sam Allardyce made a couple of changes to his side, bringing back Sam Johnstone and Conor Gallagher after they missed the Wolves clash.
Matheus Pereira was the hero at Molineux, and he stepped up once again after his side went behind at the London Stadium.
The Baggies could have crumbled after conceding just before the break, but they did the opposite.
Only five minutes into the second-half, Pereira picked up the ball in midfield and drove forward to the edge of the box before firing home into the bottom corner.
It has been a brilliant week for the Brazilian.
Reports suggested that the playmaker was unhappy at The Hawthorns, with a new contract still not being sorted between the two parties.
Pereira admitted that on Twitter, but it was because of the performances – something that has changed against both Wolves and West Ham.
It must have given the Brazilian a second-wind, with his three goals in two games more than he had managed in his previous 12 games.
Many West Brom fans have reacted to the performance of Pereira, and they were delighted with what they saw from their main man in the capital.
The majority labelled the playmaker as the greatest ever, as they urged the Albion to hand him whatever he wants in a new contract.
West Brom News have picked out some of the best reactions below…
Pereira with some confidence is like prime Ronaldinho😍😍😍
— Alfie🇬🇧 (@AlfieWba) January 19, 2021
Pereira is something else 💥
— Dyl (@WBA_Dyl) January 19, 2021
Best player in the league! BIG UP BIG SAM BALL
— WBA Watch (@WBAWatch) January 19, 2021
GIVE HIM THE NEW CONTRACT OH MY GOD HES UNREAL
— J͓̽o͓̽n͓̽a͓̽s͓̽ (@ToastedJonas) January 19, 2021
Absolute star boy🤩
— ConnorWBA (@connor4real1) January 19, 2021
matheus pereira 🐐
— Dex (@DexWBA__) January 19, 2021
Pereira finally proving to be the top level player we all knew he was. #wba
— Dominic Chapman (@chapperss_23) January 19, 2021
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