WEST BROMWICH, England (AP) — Danny Welbeck's powerful header in the second half secured a 1-0 victory for Arsenal against West Bromwich Albion, sending the London club provisionally back into the top four in the Premier League on Saturday.
Welbeck scored in the 60th minute when Santi Cazorla ran toward the byline and chipped it back in front of goal. Welbeck soared above the West Brom defense and headed past Ben Foster despite the goalkeeper getting a hand to the ball.
While Arsenal dominated for most of the match, West Brom gave the Gunners a couple of scares toward the end. Saido Berahino's header crashed against the crossbar in the 81st and a shot by Craig Gardner flashed just wide of the near post in the 90th.