Oriol Romeu scored his first goal in 43 Premier League matches in spectacular style as Southampton beat West Bromwich Albion 2-0 at St Mary’s Stadium.
The visitors were indebted to goalkeeper Sam Johnstone during the first half as he produced fine saves from Ryan Bertrand, Che Adams and Danny Ings, the latter with a header from James Ward-Prowse’s cross.
But Johnstone was eventually beaten by Moussa Djenepo, who turned smartly and found the bottom corner with a low shot on 41 minutes.
Six minutes after the restart Grady Diangana had West Brom’s best opening but he struck the woodwork following a free-kick.
Saints doubled their lead after 69 minutes with Romeu's superb volley from Stuart Armstrong’s cross.
Southampton move up to 10th with a second successive victory, while the Baggies stay 17th.
See: Southampton report | West Brom report
Southampton: 17 Oct v Chelsea (A)
West Brom: 17 Oct v Burnley (H)