In sensational fashion, West Bromwich Albion seem to have well and truly left the misery of the Steve Bruce era behind.
It also marked their third successive victory, which was particularly impressive given how before this run they had not even won twice on the run, let alone three times.
Although they only had 49% of the ball, despite normally dominating, they still were fluid in their attacks and clinical when they had to be.
Their 16 total shots outline this, whilst another clean sheet will please the Spaniard more than anything.
Of the defence, Kyle Bartley once again announced himself as the hero, however, his goalscoring exploits have somewhat allowed the likes of Jed Wallace and Matt Phillips’ lack of cutting edge to go unnoticed.
The latter was particularly poor today, although the former did record the worst SofaScore rating of anyone on the pitch.
With just 34 touches all game, the invisible display of Phillips might have been what led to this lack of possession for the Baggies. He did not offer to receive the ball, and without possession seldom defended well enough to win it back.
This is exacerbated through his zero clearances, blocks, interceptions or tackles, whilst he was also dribbled past once too, via SofaScore.
When he did have the ball, the 31-year-old was especially wasteful, hence why he was dragged off with ten minutes to go.
Having lost possession eight times, this meant that for every 4.2 of the 34 touches he enjoyed on Saturday, he would have the ball stolen by the opposition.
This lack of control, therefore, trickled through into his lack of creativity, where he recorded zero key passes and managed no shots on or off target. With age one can expect the physical aspects of the game to start to desert a player, but today marked a lack of quality and effort unexpected from a man of his professionalism.
Despite recording an impressive result, this performance will worry Corberan and may make him think twice about relying on this stalwart to occupy the wing.
With quality such as Grady Diangana to replace him too, this display could, and likely should, have lost him his space in the Spaniard’s starting side.