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Pulis hails West Brom's 'great result'

22 Nov 2016
West Bromwich Albion v Burnley

Baggies head coach praises display and The Hawthorns support as his side overcome Burnley

West Bromwich Albion head coach Tony Pulis said Monday night's 4-0 victory over Burnley was for the fans who came out on a cold night to cheer his players on to a "great result".

The Baggies moved into ninth with their second straight win, which came courtesy of first-half goals from Matt Phillips, James Morrison and Darren Fletcher as well as Salomon Rondon's second-half strike, following a day of bad weather in the Midlands.

"It was lovely for us to get four goals for the supporters, it was an awful day and for them to come out and support the team like they did was absolutely fantastic," Pulis told wba.co.uk.

"I am really pleased for them, four goals, good performance and they can go home pretty happy."

Burnley, meanwhile, are still searching for their first Premier League away win of the season having slipped to their first defeat in four matches.

"Me as manager, because I know my own team, I thought it just doesn't look like us," Sean Dyche told burnleyfootballclub.com.

"There was not enough energy, enough fight actually. We were outgunned on every level, more or less."

See: Pulis on Burnley win | Dyche disappointed as Hawthorns hoodoo goes on

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