A frustrated Thomas Frank seemed to take a swipe at West Brom's tactics as they left Griffin Park with three points.

Kyle Edwards netted his first Championship goal and the only of the game to give Jimmy Shan back-to-back wins as Baggies manager since taking the reins from Darren Moore ten days ago.

The result sees Albion remain strong contenders for a play-off place and end the Bees seven home game winning run leaving them in 14th.

Frank was left unimpressed by Albion's 'game management' and referee Andrew Madley's reluctance to stop it.

"Every football club decides what kind of football they want to play and that is up to them," said Frank.

"There are many ways to go to the top and the way they played today showed they have a lot of respect for us.

"We would prefer to do what we do better.

"We need to handle situations better and make the fine margins in games like this count.

"We need to be able to handle teams that want to delay and slow the game down better."

'It happens every week'

Speaking of a couple of blatant dives from West Brom forward Dwight Gayle, Frank added:

"It is part of the game and it happens every week but we need to look behind the result.

"First half we dominated and created opportunities but we should have got more out of them and the strong wind.

"We then made it difficult for ourselves and maybe didn't take the good counter-attacking opportunities we had at the other end when they came.

"They are the margins that decide games."