Published: Tue, January 09, 2018
Sci-tech | By Carrie Guzman

Pardew relief after Baggies finally win

Pardew relief after Baggies finally win

The draw for the fourth round of the FA Cup has set Egypt internationals Mohamed Salah and Ahmed Hegazi in a matchup against each other as Liverpool were drawn West Bromwich Albion.

The Welsh worldwide came on as a 10th minute substitute for the injured Kieran Gibbs and stepped ahead of Solomon Rondón and Jay Rodriguez to take the 42nd minute spot kick. "We were good in the first half and should have had more goals".

"The penalty didn't affect the game, but it could have", Pardew said. There will be words this week in the nicest possible way.

It was a first win in his ninth game in charge of the Baggies, although he has enjoyed some positive results, with draws against Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal.

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"Those thoughts do creep in, you can't hide from it that we had not won for a while".

Rodriguez, who has one cap for England, scored his side's second goal and could have had a third when West Brom were awarded a penalty.

It is clear that West Brom need to bolster their attacking options, with Salomon Rondon and Jay Rodriguez their joint leading goalscorers across all competitions this season with just three goals each. He not only missed, but then blasted a free kick wide of the target in the second half to allow West Brom to leave with their first victory since 22 August.

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