Peter Crouch ended Stoke’s search for a Premier League win as they inflicted a third straight defeat on Swansea.
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Ashley Cole was the unlikely hero as Chelsea scored a dramatic late winner to finally breach Stoke’s resistance.
Javi Garcia scored on his Manchester City debut to rescue a point for his side against Stoke at the Britannia.
Peter Crouch earned Stoke a point after Franco Di Santo looked to have secured Wigan victory.
Arsenal are still searching for their first goal of the season as they shared a tame goalless draw with Stoke.
Adam Le Fondre scored a late penalty as Reading marked their Premier League return after a four-season absence with a battling draw against Stoke.
Bolton have been relegated from the Premier League after being held to a draw by Stoke at the Britannia.
Substitute Djibril Cisse boosted QPR’s Premier League survival hopes with a late winner against a stubborn Stoke side at Loftus Road.
Cameron Jerome came off the bench to earn Stoke a point against Everton at the Britannia Stadium.
Arsenal moved closer to securing third place in the Premier League despite being held to a draw at Stoke.
Newcastle United continued their charge towards Champions League qualification with a convincing Premier League victory over mid-table Stoke City.
Aston Villa’s struggles continued as Robert Huth cancelled out a stunning Andreas Weimann opener to earn Stoke a deserved point at Villa Park.
Wolves’ hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League suffered a serious blow as Stoke came from behind to win at the Britannia Ground.
Wigan remain in the bottom three but moved level on points with Blackburn in 17th place following their victory over Stoke City at the DW Stadium.
Manchester City salvaged a point at Stoke to move top of the Premier League on goal difference from Manchester United, who now have a game in hand.
Tottenham needed a late Rafael van der Vaart header to rescue a point and deny Stoke victory.
Stewart Downing produced the most telling contribution of his Liverpool career to fire the Anfield club past Stoke and into the FA Cup semi-finals.
Didier Drogba’s assured finish earned Chelsea a narrow victory over 10-man Stoke in Roberto di Matteo’s first Premier League game in charge.
Matthew Etherington’s second-half strike was enough to clinch a hard-earned victory for Stoke and lift the Potters to eighth in the table.
Headed goals from Matthew Upson and Peter Crouch gave Stoke City a much-needed home win over Swansea City.