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Brazilliant! Subs Coutinho And Firmino Save Liverpool As Reds Come Back To Win 2-1 v Stoke (Photos & Video)

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Liverpool came from behind against Stoke on Saturday to win 2-1 and keep their hopes of a top-four finish well and truly alive.

The Brazilian duo of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino were the saviours for the Reds, both coming on at half to net a goal each and cancel out Jonathan Walters' opener.

Instant redemption: Jon Walters manages to find the right net to send Stoke to the FA Cup fourth round

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After an unimaginably poor performance at the weekend, including two own goals and a missed penalty, Stoke striker Jonathan Walters managed to score two again last night. Luckily this time they were in the right end! The Potters hitman made amends from his Chelsea disaster to help book his side a home tie against Premier [.

GIF It: Jon Walters’ overhead volley into his own face (Stoke City 0-4 Chelsea)

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Stoke City's Jon Walters had a bit of a nightmare against Chelsea yesterday. Not only did he score half of the Blues' goals in a 4-0 defeat for the Potters, he also managed to miss a penalty. But his embarrassing afternoon started with the excellent attempted overhead cross, which he volleyed into his face, Chris [.

Chelsea Tactical Analysis: Blues enjoy Thumping Away Win Over Stoke City

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Chelsea bounced back from their midweek 2-0 home defeat against Swansea City with a thumping 4-0 win over Tony Pulis' Stoke City side at the fortress, Britannia Stadium.

Although the scoreline is quite harsh towards the Potters as Shawcross and company worked admirably hard throughout the course of the game, the Blues dominant display in the second-half was sufficient to earn the FA Cup holders three valuable points.

Stoke City Tactical Analysis: Looking at the Catenaccio Style of the Potters

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Dean Whitehead (L) of Stoke celebrates with Michael Kightly (Photo by Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images)

Since gaining promotion to the Premier League under the guidance of manager Tony Pulis, Stoke City have cultivated a traditional and robust brand of play in which no other sides want to entangle themselves.

Tottenham Hotspur vs. Stoke City Players to Watch: Will Spurs’ Defense Be Ready for Stoke’s Aggressive Attack?

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It is a frustrating thing for football fans to have to watch their team struggle to rectify an issue that seems so obviously in need of work.

For supporters of Tottenham Hotspur, the way in which their side stood firm in the closing stages of their 1-0 win over Swansea City will have done much to strengthen belief in the ability of the defense to not automatically capitulate under pressure late on in games.

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Cahill from zero to hero as Chelsea down Stoke

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Stoke-on-Trent (United Kingdom) (AFP) – Gary Cahill kept Chelsea’s title charge on track as the defender’s 87th-minute winner gave the Premier League leaders a hard-fought 2-1 victory at Stoke on Saturday.

Willian’s cheeky free-kick put Chelsea ahead in the 13th minute but Stoke equalised when Jonathan Walters converted a penalty conceded by Cahill seven minutes before half-time.

Stoke City reject Norwich’s new £2 million bid for Jonathan Walters

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Stoke have rejected a fresh £2 million bid from Norwich for forward Jonathan Walters. The Canaries have been knocked back once again a week after an initial £1.5 million offer wasturned down.

Speaking at a press conference on Friday before the news of Norwich's second bid emerged, Potters boss Mark Hughes remained optimistic Stoke could reach agreement with Walters over a new contract.

Stoke City reject Norwich’s new £2 million bid for Jonathan Walters

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Stoke have rejected a fresh £2 million bid from Norwich for forward Jonathan Walters. The Canaries have been knocked back once again a week after an initial £1.5 million offer wasturned down.

Speaking at a press conference on Friday before the news of Norwich's second bid emerged, Potters boss Mark Hughes remained optimistic Stoke could reach agreement with Walters over a new contract.

Norwich City come up short in bid for Jonathan Walters

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Stoke have rejected a bid from Norwich for forward Jonathan Walters, Press Association Sport understands.

It is understood the Canaries made a £1.5 million offer for the 31-year-old Republic of Ireland international which was turned down by the Potters.

The news, emerging on Friday, comes a day before the two clubs play each other at Carrow Road in the Barclays Premier League.

Norwich City come up short in bid for Jonathan Walters

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Stoke have rejected a bid from Norwich for forward Jonathan Walters, Press Association Sport understands.

It is understood the Canaries made a £1.5 million offer for the 31-year-old Republic of Ireland international which was turned down by the Potters.

The news, emerging on Friday, comes a day before the two clubs play each other at Carrow Road in the Barclays Premier League.

Özil, Coutinho, Blind… Names of the Premier League, week 23

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Everton Manager Roberto Martinez Hits Out at Referee Lee Mason

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Everton boss Roberto Martinez was critical of referee Lee Mason after the Toffees' 1-0 home loss to Stoke and hinted he felt the official should be dropped.

Martinez hit out at Mason's decisions to only yellow-card Jonathan Walters for pulling back Leighton Baines in the first half and then award a penalty to the visitors moments later, having adjudged James McCarthy to have fouled Bojan Krkic.

Everton Manager Roberto Martinez Hits Out at Referee Lee Mason

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Everton boss Roberto Martinez was critical of referee Lee Mason after the Toffees' 1-0 home loss to Stoke and hinted he felt the official should be dropped.

Martinez hit out at Mason's decisions to only yellow-card Jonathan Walters for pulling back Leighton Baines in the first half and then award a penalty to the visitors moments later, having adjudged James McCarthy to have fouled Bojan Krkic.

Simon Mignolet makes late penalty double save to preserve win in Liverpool debut

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Liverpool hosted Stoke in the first match of the Premier League season and after a couple of early hiccups, new Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet had about as dreamy of a debut as he could hope for. Daniel Sturridge gave the home side a 1-0 lead in the 37th minute, but it was under threat when a Daniel Agger handball in the box gave Stoke an 88th minute spot kick.

Tuesday Kickoff: Sunderland keep survival hopes alive; Inter planning Eto’o transfer swoop; and more

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If Monday afternoon's English Premier League match proved anything, it is that Sunderland is not going down without a fight.

Paolo Di Canio and his Sunderland side gained a vital point in their run to survival in the Premier League with Monday's 1-1 draw against Stoke.

Last Gasp Winner By Cisse Gives Newcastle Vital Win

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It was Papiss Cisse's ninth goal of the season and his seventh in the Premier League that gave Newcastle a dramatic win this afternoon at St. Jame's Park, after Newcastle were 1-0 down after Cheick Tiote stupidly conceded a penalty on 67 minutes, which Jonathan Walters converted. Moussa Sissoko in overdrive this afternoon at St.

Top 10 conclusions: Premier League weekend, 23-24 February

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1. Chelsea are definitely hanging on to third rather than hunting for second. They didn't appear to be hunting for anything against Manchester City yesterday. 2. It was sad to see Robin Van Persie go the way of David Beckham: out of favour with Sir Alex Ferguson after spending too much time in front of [.

Swansea vs. Stoke City Preview: A Clash of Attacking Philosophies at the Liberty Stadium

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On Saturday, Swansea City will host Stoke City at Liberty Stadium. Swansea find themselves in ninth place with 30 points (7-6-9), while the visitors are right behind them in tenth place with 29 points (6-5-11). Last weekend, the Welsh side drew 0-0 away to Everton at Goodison Park, with the Potters having worse fortunes andlosing 4-0 at home to Chelsea.

Top 10 conclusions: Premier League weekend, 12-13 January

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1. Reading vs West Brom up first on Match of the Day? A clear indication that something special is afoot. 2. Jonathan Walters needs to accept that Chelsea have signed Demba Ba and don't need another striker. His live audition for the role of a Blues goalscorer was shameful. 3. Laurent Koscielny can now cross [.

Stoke City Reaction: Nightmare for Jonathan Walters as Potters hit for 4 in Chelsea Rout

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It was an afternoon to forget for Stoke's Jonathan Walters, who found the back of the wrong net twice, helping Chelsea to end the Potters 19 home match unbeaten run in emphatic style. Frank Lampard and Eden Hazard were also on the score sheet for Rafa Benitez' side, who leapfrog Spurs into third place ahead of tomorrow's Super Sunday.

Chelsea Reaction: Road Warrior Blues Punish Stoke City 0-4 in Britannia Beatdown

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When Rafa Benitez was appointed interim manager of the Chelsea Football Club, he was hoping that the faithful at Stamford Bridge would forgive him for past transgressions and that his style of soccer would win the fans over quickly.

Stoke 0-4 Chelsea – Walters Has A ‘Mare In Blues’ Cruise At The Britannia (Photos & Highlights)

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Stoke City 0-4 Chelsea Premier League 12th January 2013

Irish striker Jonathan Walters had the mother of all nightmare games on Saturday, with the Stoke striker managing to bag a brace of own-goals as well as missing a late penalty kick.

Chelsea Up To Third In Premier League

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Chelsea moved up to third in the Premier League courtesy of a 4-0 win at Stoke, with the unfortunate Jonathan Walters scoring two own goals and missing a penalty. Walters gifted Chelsea the lead in first-half injury time when he dove to head a right-wing cross beyond his own goalkeeper.

And the striker was also in the wrong place at the wrong time on 62 minutes to nod Juan Mata's cross beyond Asmir Begovic under pressure from Frank Lampard.

Chelsea 1-0 Stoke Highlights

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Ashley Cole scored his first goal since May 2010 as Chelsea robbed all three points against a very stubborn Stoke side at Stamford Bridge.

And the Blue's can count themselves very fortunate to have ended the game with eleven player's after David Luiz two-footed tackle on Jonathan Walters went without it's required punishment i.

Football Results for Stoke ( 1 – 1 ) Man City at Britannia Stadium on September 15, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Football Match just over at Britannia Stadium English Premier League Home Team Stoke Goals & Scorers 15′: Peter Crouch; Keeper Asmir Begovic Midfield Jonathan Walters; Glenn Whelan; Charlie Adam; Steven Nzonzi; Michael Kightly; Forwards Peter Crouch; Defense Andy Wilkinson; Robert Huth; Ryan Shawcross; Marc Wilson; Subs [.

Football Team Lineup for Stoke v Man City at Britannia Stadium on September 15, 2012, 3:00 pm

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Playing at Britannia Stadium English Premier League Home Team Stoke Keeper Asmir Begovic Midfield Michael Kightly; Geoff Cameron; Charlie Adam; Dean Whitehead; Forwards Jonathan Walters; Peter Crouch; Defense Andy Wilkinson; Robert Huth; Ryan Shawcross; Marc Wilson; Subs Away Team Man City Keeper Joe [.

Wigan 2-2 Stoke – Crouch Rescues Point For Potters At The DW (Photos & Highlights)

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Wigan Athletic 2-2 Stoke City Premier League 1st September 2012

The DW Stadium played host to an entertaining 2-2 draw on Saturday, with the home side going ahead twice only to be pegged back on both oaccasions.

Scottish attacker Shaun Maloney opened ths coring from the penalty spot after just five minutes, when Robert Huth handled the ball.

Stoke 0-0 Arsenal – Gunners Still Goalless After Mediocre Draw At The Britannia (Photos & Highlights)

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Stoke City 0-0 Arsenal Premier League 26 August 2012

Arsenal made it two goalless draws out of two this season after failing to find a way past Stoke's defence at the Britannia Stadium.

As expected, the Gunners had the vast majority of the possession but their RVP-less front-line struggled to create a clear cut chance.

Results for Stoke ( 0 – 0 ) Arsenal at Britannia Stadium on August 26, 2012, 1:30 pm

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Match just over at Britannia Stadium English Premier League Home Team Stoke Goals & Scorers Keeper Asmir Begovic Midfield Jermaine Pennant; Glenn Whelan; Geoff Cameron; Michael Kightly; Forwards Peter Crouch; Jonathan Walters; Defense Andy Wilkinson; Robert Huth; Ryan Shawcross; Marc Wilson; Subs 81′: in Wilson [.

Results for Stoke ( 0 – 0 ) Arsenal at Britannia Stadium on August 26, 2012, 1:30 pm

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Match just over at Britannia Stadium English Premier League Home Team Stoke Goals & Scorers Keeper Asmir Begovic Midfield Jermaine Pennant; Glenn Whelan; Geoff Cameron; Michael Kightly; Forwards Peter Crouch; Jonathan Walters; Defense Andy Wilkinson; Robert Huth; Ryan Shawcross; Marc Wilson; Subs 81′: in Wilson [.

Team Lineup for Stoke v Arsenal at Britannia Stadium on August 26, 2012, 1:30 pm

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Playing at Britannia Stadium English Premier League Home Team Stoke Keeper Asmir Begovic Midfield Michael Kightly; Glenn Whelan; Wilson Palacios; Matthew Etherington; Forwards Jonathan Walters; Peter Crouch; Defense Andy Wilkinson; Robert Huth; Ryan Shawcross; Marc Wilson; Subs Away Team Arsenal Keeper Wojciech Szczesny [.

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With Ireland’s qualification for Euro 2016, Martin O’Neill revives his reputation as plucky coach

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After the Republic of Ireland grabbed a terrific 1-1 draw in Bosnia on Friday night, The Irish Herald's back-page lede boldly stated that the country now stood "on the brink of the most unlikely qualification for a major finals ever."

Even with an away goal and an outstanding defense to lean on, Ireland was tense and barely willing to believe in the buildup to Monday night's playoff second leg in Dublin with a trip to France and Euro 2016 on the line.

With Ireland’s qualification for Euro 2016, Martin O’Neill revives his reputation as plucky coach

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After the Republic of Ireland grabbed a terrific 1-1 draw in Bosnia on Friday night, The Irish Herald's back-page lede boldly stated that the country now stood "on the brink of the most unlikely qualification for a major finals ever."

Even with an away goal and an outstanding defense to lean on, Ireland was tense and barely willing to believe in the buildup to Monday night's playoff second leg in Dublin with a trip to France and Euro 2016 on the line.

Interlull: Saturday international round-up + Chamakh

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Morning all and *boilk*

Last night I was at the Ireland v Germany game in Dublin, not much fun from an Irish perspective as we got battered 6-1 by a very, very good German side. Their qualities were more than offset by the Irish side which was the opposite of very, very good, and they weren't helped by being managed by a man who really ought not to be the manager anymore.

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International Friendly: Jonathan Walters Nets Stunner Then Misses Open Goal As Ireland Beat Uruguay 3-1 (Video)

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The Republic of Ireland enjoyed a morale-boosting 3-1 win against Uruguay on Sunday, ahead of next week's World Cup qualifier against Austria.

Jonathan Walters scored the goal of the game on 28 minutes, with the Stoke attacker producing a superb long-range effort.

Jose Giminez levelled the scoresbefore the break, before Walters then somehow contrived to miss an open goal from all of two yards, with his effort coming back off the crossbar.

Ireland Fans Gets Creative With Jonathan Walters’ Wikipedia Page After Euro 2016 Qualification Heroics

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As you might have heard, Jonathan Walters finally achieved a higher state of beinglast night as the Stoke workhorse's heroic play-off brace against Bosnia & Herzegovina saw the Republic of Ireland book themselves a place at Euro 2016.

As is the way of the world, a giddy Ireland fan meandered away from the celebrations to head overand alter Walters' Wikipedia page in order to officiallyawardthe striker his much-deserved deification.

Sunderland Draw 1-1 With Stoke – Move Above Newcastle

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Sunderland got a valuable point tonight after going one goal down to Stoke after only nine minutes and then having Craig Gardner sent off after 34 minutes. Jonathan Walters opens the scoring after 9 minutes But Sunderland came back in the second half against the odds, and looked a much better side, even with only [.

Fabulous Walters Own Goal v Chelsea

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This brilliant diving header from Jonathan Walters has Chelsea 1-0 up as the Stoke attacker inadvertantly put a spectacular diving header into the back of his own net.

Brendan: We Need To Find Consistency

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Brendan Rodgers reflected on Liverpool's 3-1 defeat against Stoke at the Britannia Stadium and reiterated calls for his side to be more consistent in their play.
The Reds took the lead after two minutes against Tony Pulis's side on Wednesday night; however, Jonathan Walters equalized before Kenwyne Jones added a second and Walters made it 3-1.