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Stoke having chances there to put that one to bed. Sadly we're made to pay for it
There's the full-time whistle, it's finished 1-1 here what a deflated ending. A highly contentious penalty
A killer blow for Stoke there who it appeared had done enough for the three points. A deserved three points as well
His 11th away goal of the campaign for Sunderland and just how crucial could that one be in their fight for survival?
In inury time, it's Defoe to make it 1-1
Well after letting a lot go today, including a previous penalty appeal, Craig Pawson gives this one
Was it inside? Was it a foul?
Defoe adjudged to have been tripped, right on the edge, by Cameron
Oh no Sunderland penalty!!!
He had all the right intentions there
He cuts inside his man onto his left foot but places the ball just wide of the post!
It's a lovely flick on by Crouch to Walters. He feeds Imbula through
Stoke rushing forward on the counter here could this be the second?!
Free kick cleared to the edge of the box where Whelan fires narrowly wide of the post. Almost 2!
Larsson booked for that and he still won't be quiet
He then shouts at Crouch on the floor! Whelan and Walters aren't happy there, rightfully so.
Larsson with a late challenge on Crouch on the touchline. Ouch!
Straight at Haugaard in the end, good positioning. Phew
All 11 back in fact for the Potters, as free kick specialist Larsson prepares to take aim
He's now back in defence to deal with a Sunderland free kick from the left side, 30 yards out
Match sponsors Curry and Bevans vote Peter Crouch as their man of the match
Second corner cleared. Poor cross then and a Stoke goal kick
Sunderland corner. N'Doye gets the better of Muniesa as the ball comes into the back post area. Corner though from the other side. Muni must have got the last touch
Another Stoke sub, Adam replaced by Muniesa here. Good performance from the returning Charlie today
Imbula booked for needlessly kicking the ball away. Temper shown by him. He has seemed a little frustrated two or three times today.
Defoe with another effort in the box. It's blocked by a defender and loops up, thankfully over the bar
N'Doye booked for his third foul of the game, this time on Pieters