Why just three words in the title? These are the three B's perfect to explain the match.
After beating Tottenham in their last Premier League game, West Brom looked to have found their stride again. Which showed as they beat Burnley 4-0, signalling new boss Alan Inrvine's first home win since taking over as manager.
Craig Dawson got the Baggies off to a good start after converting a corner in the 30th minute, leaving 5 Burnley defenders just watching the ball. Talented England Under 21 Midfielder Saido Berahino had a great game and scored a 45th minute header. Berahino scored again around 10 minutes later with a well timed run past the defenders and a good finish.
However, the best strike of the game came from Graham Dorrans as he scored with a powerful shot just inside the 18 yard box.
The win sends West Brom into 10th, level on points with Man Utd. Burnley on the other hand, will know they need a change in fortunes to keep their hopes of staying up as the result sent them bottom (due to goal difference) and Newcastle just above them, with a game in hand.