West Brom into FA Cup fourth round as Salomón Rondón’s strike sees off Bristol

This stadium is not a place that holds many happy memories for Tony Pulis, whose six months in charge of Bristol City back in 1999 were a largely forgettable experience for all involved, yet the West Bromwich Albion manager enjoyed a happy return to Ashton Gate on Tuesday night courtesy of Salomón Rondón’s well-taken second-half goal.

Albion’s club-record signing registered only his fourth goal since arriving for £12m in the summer to book the Premier League club a place in the FA Cup fourth round and set up a home tie against Peterborough on Saturday. In truth once again there was little to choose between the two teams and City will lament that injury-time equaliser they conceded at The Hawthorns.

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