Controversial late decision sees Swansea City lose at West Brom
SWANSEA City crashed to defeat at the Hawthorns as West Brom came from a goal behind to turn the tables on Michael Laudrup's side.
But the visitors were left cursing a late decision as Roland Lamah looked to have an equaliser wrongly ruled out for offside.
Swansea dominated the early exchanges, enjoying the lion's share of possession as they frustrated home supporters.
Michu should have opened the scoring when a trademark counter-attack ended with Luke Moore playing in the Spaniard who poked just wide.
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Eleven minutes later, Swansea did break the deadlock as Luke Moore held off Claudio Yacob to head Jonathan de Guzman's corner past Ben Foster.
That goal seemed to encourage the Baggies who levelled seven minutes later through the dangerous Romelu Lukaku.
Swansea were on the back foot in the second half as West Brom pushed for a second goal.
Michel Vorm saved a penalty from Lukaku after Wayne Routledge felled James Morrison, but West Brom did go ahead just past the hour.
From a corner, Angel headed Gareth McAuley's effort against Jonathan de Guzman and the ball crossed the line.
Swansea struggled to find a way back into the game, but had what looked a legitimate leveller chalked off in the dying minutes.
Substitute Lamah weaved his way into the penalty area and put the ball past Foster after it rebounded to him.
But referee Lee Mason disallowed the effort despite the fact it bounced back off McAuley.