After their win against Derby County, Stoke City’s season looks alive once more, goals from Tom Ince and Sam Clucas sceured an inspiirng win for Stoke City who had Peter Etebo sent off. With that lets look at who shined and who didn’t
Stopped the full brunt of Derby’s attacks with the same composure and calmness he he usually shows, made a crucial save late to preserve the win for Stoke City
Cuco Martina showed what he could for Stoke City, after having the right-back spot taken from him by Tom Edwards, was good offensively and solid in defence.
The Dutchman showed the priceless effect of having a natural full-back in a team, he was able to offer something that his compatriot Bruno Martins Indi couldn’t
The captain was determined to get the win and he put his body on the line mutiple lines for the Stoke City cause, truly inspiring.
When the going gets tough, you need a guy like Williams to back you up, was absolutley temoundous for Stoke City.
We said that for Stoke to win, Woods would’ve to nullify Mount and boy did he do that, stick to Mason Mount like glue.
Made a bad and senseless judgement that left his team in the lurch
Has been consitently brilliant all season, even when he gets bitten.
Once again was at the forefront of the action, he took his goal with the same composure we’ve come to associate with him.
Man of the match in my opinion, scored one and assited one, what more can you ask from a player. Oh, he also generally chipped in eveywhere. Just brilliant.
Gary Rowett is starting to see that Berahino is most effective as the lone forward, contributed to both goals.