Below Sports Mole analyses whether the result was reflective of the action in the West Midlands.
On target: 6
On target: 4
Was the result fair?
The advantage in this contest swung back and forth. Swansea started the brighter and deservedly went ahead, but West Brom rallied and enjoyed much the better of minutes 40-80. The visitors launched a late barrage and will feel aggrieved to leave pointless after Lamah's incorrectly disallowed goal. Having said that, the Baggies just had the better of it this afternoon.
West Brom's performance
They started very sluggishly in possession, but Lukaku grabbed hold of the game and then played a key role in helping West Brom control it for a large period. Solid, if unspectacular, they benefited from Swansea's under-par display.
In the absence of Leon Britton, their passing in midfield was not as crisp and controlled as we have seen it. Michu was strangely wasteful in front of goal, and Lukaku caused constant problems for Garry Monk and the usually composed Ashley Williams. Not their finest afternoon, but they will still feel that they were robbed of a draw.
Sports Mole's man of the match
Romelu Lukaku: He may have missed a penalty, but his overall performance was very impressive and central to West Brom's comeback. Showed good hold up play and movement, and linked up well with his supporting attacking midfielders. Netted his 13th goal of the season and displayed great maturity for a striker of just 19 years old. Potential personified.
The officials ruled out Lamah's 86th-minute goal for offside, despite the ball coming off not one, but two West Brom defenders on its way back to the winger. An inexcusable error which cost Swansea a point.
Including the incident above, Lee Mason made several decisions which frustrated Swansea. Awarding the Baggies a penalty for a foul by Wayne Routledge on James Morrison was another, but the referee may have got that one right. So not all bad then.
West Brom: A trip to Stoke City, where the powerful Lukaku will be met by an equally physical Potters defence.
Swansea: Home ties against each of the north London clubs in the upcoming fortnight, where they could have an indirect influence on the chase for the Champions League.