Graham Potter said justice was done as Albion survived a late scare to bear Aston Villa.

Goals from Danny Welbeck and Solly March secured a 2-1 success at Villa Park.

The hosts were awarded a penalty late on when Trezeguet went down in a challenge with Solly March.

Referee Michael Oliver reversed his decision after checking the pitchside monitor.

Head coach Potter said: “We’ve had four penalties go against us. It’s nice to have one go our way.

“Your heart is in your mouth.


“It would have been harsh on the players for the effort they put into the game.

“It looked like it was a bit exaggerated to be honest and I thought there was a touch from Solly on the ball.

“But again it’s fine margins as I’ve said before.

“You always have to survive something if you want to get three points.”