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Well, West Brom pushed everyone forward and it meant there was acres of space for Stoke to counter-attack.
Ramadan made the most of it and that goal means he is now the youngest ever goal-scorer for Stoke in the Premier League.
It's all over now too.
I don't even know what just happened.
From a corner kick, Evans' header bounces back off the chest of Jack Butland, into Rondon and almost back into the net.
That came just seconds after a goalline scramble.
This is desperately close!
That would have wrapped it up for Stoke.
Substitute Mame Biram Diouf gets on the end of a cross and heads it into the ground a little too much.
Ben Foster snatches it up!
It's getting tense for both teams now.
Stoke continue to defend with desperation and are looking to draw fouls at all opportunities.
West Brom, for all their possession in this second-half, have not truly tested Jack Butland.
Keiran Gibbs is off and Oliver Burke is on.
Attacking substitution for West Brom...
And that proved to be Shaqiri's last involvement as he's replaced by Ramadan Sobhi.
What a save!
Shaqiri's freekick drifts into the box and it's Ryan Shawcross who gets his head on it. It's a superb one too and it forces an excellent save out of Ben Foster.
The offside flag is up though...
So, so close for Rodriguez!
Gareth Barry clips a delightful ball into the box and Butland has to be super quick off his line to snuff it out from under Rodriguez' feet.
That ball from Barry was superb!
A rare second-half attack from Stoke.
Choupo-Moting carries the ball forward and he feels he is blocked off just outside the area.
Referee Neil Swarbrick is having none of it.
The skipper almost becomes the hero!
Jonny Evans almost heads for glory but Butland produces a save keep it out. Stoke are living dangerously at the moment.
That would have been special.
Joe Allen's attempted clearance is headed straight into the path of Jake Livermore but the West Brom midfielder volleys it over the bar.
West Brom might be trailing but as the touch map below shows, West Brom (on the right) have had a lot more touches in the opposition box than Stoke.
Fletcher off, Mame Biram Diouf on.
Ex-England defender on Final Score
Butland made an outstanding save in the first half and we were talking about him for England, but if that's Joe Hart that makes that decision (for the West Brom goal) the media would slaughter him. This is why I think Joe Hart gets a rough time - one or two keepers seem to get away with it.
West Brom have had all the ball in this second-half.
They want that equaliser but apart from a few chances immediately after the break, they have yet to create another clear-cut opportunity.
Jay Rodriguez is coming on for Nacer Chadli.
He was only on the pitch for about 14 minutes...
Chadli, who came on at half-time, is clutching his left leg and has called for the medical staff.
His afternoon could be over very prematurely.
Choupo-Moting looks disappointed and he probably should be.
Shaqiri's free-kick is whipped into the box and finds it's target but the striker heads it inches over the bar.
Now Livermore wants the limelight.
He steps inside Choupo-Moting and tries to curl it into the top-right corner of Butland's goal but it's blocked.
The ball could have gone anywhere but Stoke just about hoof it away.
Well that goal has suddenly added a spring to their step.
West Brom want another and Chadli almost sets up Robson-Kanu perfectly. He keeps the ball in on the byline and chips it into the area but Butland is down quickly to snatch it away.
Hope for West Brom!
Rondon finally gets his goal!
Chris Brunt slides through a lovely ball through the middle of the defence and Rondon was onto it quickly to slip it past Jack Butland.
West Brom have started the half with a bit more intensity.
Nyom whips a ball into Robson-Kanu but it's snuffed out by Shawcross and West Brom can build again.
Nacer Chadli is coming on for James McClean. Will he make the difference?
Second-half is underway...
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Alan Pardew was full of motivational words prior to kick-off today. His side need to find something in this second half though...
The fans have been terrific in making noise and we haven't rewarded them with a win. We have been close but need to get over the line. If we win we go out of the relegation zone, with West Ham playing Newcastle. It is a great incentive for us.
It was a slow start to the game but Stoke are now well and truly on top.
But how many chances does Rondon need? He could have equalised for West Brom earlier in the half and has had six shots in total.
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And that proves to be the last kick of the half.
Alan Pardew's side have a lot of work to do here...
Joe Allen with a perfect through ball for Choupo-Moting.
The striker wriggles his way around Ben Foster, in super cool fashion, and slots it between the two West Brom players who had sprinted back to the goalline.
Kurt Zouma's clearing header doesn't go far and it falls to the feet of Rondon, who tried to place it in the far corner.
Jack Butland was stretching but he just about gets his fingers on the end of it.
How has Rondon not scored?
Dan Bell: Good to see Pardew working his magic on West Brom.
Loser92: What a great acquisition Arnautovic has been for the Irons. It’s no surprise that Stoke have struggled since his departure.
But they could get back to winning ways here!
Choupo-Moting and Allan Nyom are having an interesting contest down the right-hand side. They are battling for the ball each time and neither is coming out on top.
Salomon Rondon has had a few chances.
He's scored on his last two visits here and he's West Brom's top goalscorer this season with three.
Will it be more by the end of the day? He's already had four shots and of course that chance which he blasted over the bar.
Another close one for West Brom. It's Jake Livermore this time who plays an inviting ball across the box but it's dealt with.
You can sense the visitors building in confidence. Can they get a goal back before half-time?
Wow. What a miss!
All Salomon Rondon had to do was hit the target.
Gareth Barry floats a ball into the box and somehow everyone misses it. Rondon, who looked to be in an offside position, just lashes at it and it sails way over from just a few yards out.
The flag had stayed down too...
Darren Fletcher wins the ball in midfield and now Stoke can break forward.
Crouch is the target man once more but he can't quite get his head on the end of it. It eventually falls to Fletcher on the edge of the box and his acrobatic half-volley flies over the bar and into the stands.
Stoke have the lead but it's still fairly even.
Oh, that was close.
Rondon heads it onto Robson-Kanu but he continues his run and finds the ball at his feet in the box.
He hits it first time with his side foot but in the end it's an easy save for Jack Butland.
The game has got going!
It's as if the players were reading!
Stoke drive with pace through the middle and then Peter Crouch smashes a ball across the box and it's Joe Allen who gets the final touch.
His first goal since February!