Corberan lauds ‘amazing’ ace after West Brom 2: 2 draw with Watford

West Brom drew 2-2 with the Hornets at Vicarage Road to earn another point, moving them up to 15th place.

Wallace and midfielder John Swift both scored for the Baggies in Hertfordshire.

According to the official club website, Corberan commented after the game, “I think that could be a big goal for Jed Wallace.” The players must always be confident in order to score goals. Jed Wallace is one player whose dedication to the club, the group, and the games is unquestionable.

“We are humans, and things will not always work the way we want them to, but it is critical to never reduce your levels of effort and commitment.” He will never do something like this.

“If you work hard, you’ll be able to recover to your best level on the field.” He played an outstanding game in my opinion. His purpose enabled us to make an essential point.”

West Bromwich Albion midfielder praised
Wallace is a key player for West Brom, who will be hoping he can find form now as they attempt to climb the table following their point at Watford. They are only three points out of the play-offs, and the division remains extremely crowded after only seven games.

The Baggies are back in action this weekend with a home clash against Millwall. Gary Rowett’s side head to the Midlands in confident mood after beating Rotherham United 3-0 last time out.
West Brom swooped to sign Wallace last year on a contract until 2026 from their upcoming opponents and he has become one of Corberan’s most prized assets. He has made 57 appearances in all competitions to date and has chipped in with seven goals and nine assists.

The former England youth international has also been on the books at Portsmouth and Wolves in the past and has played over 450 games in his career to date. He has found a home with the Baggies and will be hoping his goal against the Hornets can help him kick on now this term as his side eye more wins.

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