|Rooney opens the scoring|
Midway through the first half West Brom should have had a penalty. Graham Dorrens was put through from a lovely ball from Odemwingie, controlled it well and a sliding tackle from Gary Neville seemed to have given West Brom a penalty but Chris Foy was having none of it. It caused some controversy upstairs in the Sky studio and also with Andy Gray as it was clearly a penalty.
The second half was more or less the same as the first, with the Baggies bossing possession, but often failing to produce an end product. Fergie decided enough was enough, and reduced Gary Neville, bringing on Rafael to try and get some more fluency amongst the United offence.
Halfway through the second half, West Brom were given a golden chance to dent United's title aspirations when Jerome Thomas had broke free and was tripped by Rio Ferdinand. Odemwingie stepped up for what would be his 7th goal of the season but poor concentration led to him missing the target altogether, dragging it right of Kuszczsak's goal.
It was undeserved to say the least for the visitors, but that's what happens when you're top of the league. Luck swings in your favour when you're at the summit and it dealt a massive blow to the Baggies', considering they were on top for chunks of the game.
It didn't change anything for either team as the Baggies stay 14th and United stay atop of the Premier League.