West Brom 2-3 Leicester: Pulis says Baggies were denied two penalties

West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Pulis says his side were denied two clear penalties by referee Anthony Taylor during their 3-2 home defeat to Leicester City.

Salomon Rondon's near-post header gave West Brom the lead before the break, but Riyad Mahrez struck a brace and Jamie Vardy scored for the eighth game in a row to put the Foxes in control before Rickie Lambert's late penalty reduced the arrears for the hosts.

Pulis described Leicester's Jamie Vardy as "exceptional" after the striker scored for the eighth Premier League game in a row, becoming only the third ever player to do so (after Ruud van Nistelrooy and Daniel Sturridge).