Pat Frost reacts to West Brom 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers
West Brom are top of the Championship table following Friday night’s 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers at The Hawthorns.
Andre Gray put the visitors ahead a minute into the game, but two second-half goals from Karlan Grant ensured Valerien Ismael’s side ended their three-game winless run.
The Baggies put in an impressive shift against an inspired side, grinding out a much-needed result after the fans expressed their displeasure with recent performances.
Former West Brom kit man Pat Frost was impressed with how the players dug deep to get the win, taking to his personal Twitter account to react after the game.
He posted: “Great win, we had to dig deep and we certainly did that.
“Delighted for Karlan, and if you were in the Smethwick End fair play to you because you didn’t stop singing
“See you in Cardiff”
Great win,we had to dig deep and we certainly did that…delighted for Karlan….and if you were in the smethwick end fair play to you because you didn’t stop singing…see you in Cardiff
— Pat Frost (@KitmanPat) September 24, 2021
It was not the easiest of victories, but it was certainly a sweet one, and hopefully, it will help them turn a corner after three straight draws.
West Brom fans booed the team at half-time when they were a goal down, and they also made it clear they were not happy with Valerien Ismael’s decision to remove Grady Diangana 10 minutes into the second-half.
They were pleased with the final result without a doubt, and seeing their team return to the top of the table would have been a delight.
The Baggies have been working hard since the season started, and that did not change during their recent draws.
They were finally rewarded for their efforts on Friday night, and fans can always expect the team to give their all in every game.
West Brom will dig deep always under the Frenchman, and if the fans can keep giving them their unrelenting support, securing automatic promotion would not be an issue.
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