Hammer Grady Diangana showed Slaven Bilic and West Brom just want a player he in the Baggies 4-2 win over Hull City.
Grady scored for West Brom 76 minutes just four minutes after coming on as a late substitute.
The West Ham loan man cut in with a parallel run along the edge of the box from the right before finishing with a neat low left-foot Mohamed Salah-style shot to wrongfoot Hull keeper George Long and steer the ball just inside his left post. Albion finished the game with 10 men after Hegazi was shown a second yellow card in stoppage time for a poor foul on Wilks.
In Grady’s short 18 minutes on the pitch, he managed two Shots, one goal, seven take-ons, achieved 8/10 attacking passes and recovered the ball once. Highlights show him terrorising Hull’s defence who didn’t know how to handle him.
The Baggies sit in second place in the Championship just one point behind league leaders Leeds.
— ϟ scott ϟ (@scxttwba) July 5, 2020
Grady Diangana v Hull:
Shots – 2
Goals – 1
Take-ons – 7 ⭐️
Attacking third passes – 8/10 ⭐️
Ball recoveries – 1
— Baggies Analytics 🔰 (@baggiesanal) July 5, 2020