ALBION loanee Abdallah Sima was amongst the goals for Stoke City's under 23s tonight.

The striker joined Albion on transfer deadline day from the Czech Republic side SK Slavia Prague for a reported fee of £7 million.

Sima was immediately sent on loan to the Staffordshire based side, but has struggled to make an impact so far.

The Senegalese winger has only made four appearances for Stoke City in all competitions so far this season.

The 20-year-old has had some setbacks with injuries that have limited his chances to make an impact, but two goals against Southampton in the Premier League 2 will certainly boost his confidence.

Sima poked in the opening goal and then scored the second he was able to smash in after Sam Surridge's cut back.

Sima was withdrawn on 68 minutes as he was replaced by Douglas Taylor.

Sima was joined by another Albion loanee in the Stoke line-up, as Leo Ostigard helped the defence keep the Saints youngsters at bay.