Baggies star denies Saddlers win

Luke Moore made it three goals in four pre-season games as West Brom came from behind to snatch a 2-2 draw at Walsall in their friendly clash.

Last Updated: 25/07/09 at 19:01 Post Comment

Moore: On target for the Baggies

Moore: On target for the Baggies

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The Saddlers scored two goals in two minutes at the end of the first half, with Dwayne Mattis breaking the deadlock after 44 minutes and trialist Matt Richards adding a second before the break with a superb curling effort.

The Baggies made a host of changes and got themselves back into the game after 61 minutes when a right-wing cross from Chris Brunt was chested down and fired home by Moore.

Roberto Di Matteo's men claimed a draw late on when the in-form Moore was brought down in the area by goalkeeper Rene Gilmartin and Craig Beattie scored from the penalty spot.

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