Swansea completed a league double over West Bromwich Albion as the South Wales outfit came from behind to record a 2-1 win at a snowy Hawthorns.
Swansea have been impressive at home but struggled on their travels and this was only their second away win of the season, whilst Albion have now gone six home league games since tasting victory.
All the action arrived after the break with three goals in five minutes just after the restart. Swansea had dominated possession in the first half without looking threatening yet it was the home side who had the best chance to open the scoring.
Albion did finally score through Marc-Antoine Fortune who flicked on a cross following a corner.
But the Baggies lead lasted barely a minute before Gylfi Sigurdsson converted Neil Taylor’s centre, then turned provider minutes later for Danny Graham to steer home the eventual winner.
Swansea continue to pull clear of the relegation dogfight, whilst West Brom with just one win in their last six league games are sliding down the table.
Referee: Jon Moss
Venue: The Hawthorns
West Brom scorers: Fortune 54
Swansea scorers: Sigurdsson 55, Graham 59
TRIBAL ASKS: Unless results improve could they be soon calling for a taxi for West Brom boss Roy Hodgson.?
Yellow cards: Britton (SWA), Morrison (WBA), Shorey (WBA)