Graham Potter hopes Albion have given their long-suffering home fans some special memories.

He saw his side humiliate Manchester United 4-0 on a memorable evening at the Amex.

It was only a fourth win of the season at home but will occupy a prime position in the 11-year-old stadium’s hall of fame.

Head coach Potter said: “It’s a great performance. Fantastic result.

“As much as it is about wins and league tables, it is about creating memories and moments we can share with people.

“I always say there are two teams on the pitch and we played well.

“I can’t comment on the opponent.

“All I can speak about is my team and how well they did and how brave they were, how aggressive they were.

“It was a fantastic performance for us. I’m delighted.”

Moises Caicedo and Marc Cucurella scored their first goals in the Premier League.

Pascal Gross scored the third of his career in wins at home to Manchester United and Leandro Trossard added the eighth of his best season yet.


Potter said: “I thought we were little bit unfortunate not to add to the four but our play was really good.

“Today was nice reward for our supporters who have had to endure a bit of suffering here and I would like to thank them for their support.