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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 West Brom 9 5 8 32
9 Stoke 7 7 8 28
10 West Ham 8 4 10 28
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Is Berahino right to move to Stoke?

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Stoke fail to capitalize on Man United display, settle for a frustrating 1-1 draw

Wayne Rooney's record-breaking goal rescued a point for Man United at Stoke City.
Former Man United striker Mark Hughes lauds Wayne Rooney's career at Man United.
Wayne Rooney's record-breaking goal rescued a point for Man United at Stoke City.

In truth, it was a game the visitors dominated with Wayne Rooney's record-breaking injury time equaliser finally breaking Stoke's resolve in their 1-1 draw at the bet365 Stadium. The opening stages promised more of a contest but after being gifted a lead courtesy of Juan Mata's deflected own goal, the Potters almost immediately retreated to set up camp on the edge of their 18-yard line.

It was a creditable draw in the end but Mark Hughes will perhaps be frustrated at his side's inability to make...

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Mark Hughes 'scratching my head' by time added on after Stoke concede late

Wayne Rooney's record-breaking goal rescued a point for Man United at Stoke City.
Wayne Rooney's record-breaking goal rescued a point for Man United at Stoke City.
Former Man United striker Mark Hughes lauds Wayne Rooney's career at Man United.
Craig Burley assesses Wayne Rooney's goal record, but will it ever be beaten again with footballs current climate?

Stoke City boss Mark Hughes expressed bafflement at the timekeeping that allowed Man United to score a 94th-minute equaliser in Saturday's 1-1 draw.

Thanks to Juan Mata's first-half own goal, the Potters were ahead for much of the game, only for Wayne Rooney to deliver a dramatic free kick to secure both a point and United's all-time goals record.

But Hughes believed that the game should have already been over by that point and complained that Mark Clattenburg chose to add on five minutes.

"When...