Reds Batter Baggies
Barnsley got three goals but more importantly the three points in an entertaining match at Oakwell on Tuesday.
Strikes from Adam Hammill, Iain Hume and a Martis own goal with a late reply from Brunt made up a cracking match in front of over elven thousand.
Adam Hammill opened the scoring after Jon Macken worked tremendously well down the right-flank, the Liverpool youngster dinked the ball home past Carson from 6 yards.
Macken thought he had made it 2-0 to the Reds but the referee - who later apologised to manager Mark Robins - gave a penalty.
It was more fitting, however, as Iain Hume stepped up from 12-yards to slam home his first of the season, and his first since 'the incident'.
An own goal from Martis piled the misery on Di Matteo's men and the Baggies could only reply with a late long-range effort from former Owl, Chris Brunt.
Next up for the Reds of Mark Robins are Ipswich Town - surely a six-pointer?