The first half of the match was a largely boring affair, with little of note happening. Swansea dominated the first-half with plenty of possession but struggled to convert the possession into any meaningful chances meaning the teams went into the break goalless.
The second half looked to be much the same until Mesa saw red just five minutes into the half for a second yellow card. West Brom came more and more into the game as they began to take advantage over a weakened Swansea team. They were rewarded in the 60th minute when the referee pointed to the spot for a foul on Rondon from Van der Hoorn.
Krychowiak stepped up and made no mistake from the spot, sealing a West Brom win in an otherwise rather uneventful match.