Nope, no Oscar-winning comeback from the visitors. All over at the Britannia as Stoke move up to seventh. Thanks for following - head here for all the post-match reaction.
- Stoke XI: Butland, Johnson, Shawcross, Wollscheid, Pieters, Afellay, Whelan, Walters, Bojan, Arnautovic, Joselu.
- Norwich XI: Rudd, Martin, Bennett, Bassong, Brady, Odjidja, O'Neil, Tettey, Howson, Hoolahan, Mbokani.
Three minutes of stoppage time for Norwich to mount a Hollywood comeback...
We've not seen the Peter Crouch robot for a long time, but surely it would have come out if he had converted this spectacular acrobatic effort. Unfortunately he didn't. In fact he barely connected.
Stoke sub Peter Crouch almost bags a fourth. But the former England striker's half-volley, following a home corner, is acrobatically pushed clear by alert Norwich keeper Declan Rudd.
This game is over as a contest now. Norwich's players just want a warm shower and a snooze on the coach home.
Standing ovation for Stoke goalscorer Joselu as he is replaced by Peter Crouch. A decent night's work for the Spaniard.
"He scores when he wants...he scores when he waaaaants...Ryan Bennett scores when he wants...!"
Those cheeky Stoke fans hail their new goalscoring hero...
All but game over. Norwich's resistance looks to be over in the most unfortunate of circumstances. Ibrahim Afellay floats in a free-kick after Alex Tettey, who is booked, clatters Joselu close to the halfway line. A Stoke head can't reach the ball though, Norwich centre-half Ryan Bennett instead diverting into his own goal.Copyright: PA
Stoke respond with a change of their own. Off goes Marko Arnautovic, with Marco Van Ginkel trotting on in his place. That looks like an attempt to solidify the home midfield.
Final roll of the dice from Norwich. Ex-Stoke striker Cameron Jerome comes on for Dieumerci Mbokani. Can he come back to haunt his former club?
Stoke forward Joselu had only netted one goal since his near-£6m move from Hannover before tonight - and here's how the home number 11's first goal at the Britannia panned out.Copyright: Opta
Nathan Redmond has always looked pretty lively when I've seen him play - now the Norwich sub needs to do something sharpish if his side are going to nick anything from this game.
The England Under-21 winger has half a sight of goal when he is picked out by Dieumerci Mbokani's cut-back from the left, but Redmond slices his shot just wide.
I know I said it before but....now it looks like being a long way back for 10-man Norwich...
- Quote Message: The ball has gone through Ryan Bennett's legs, nothing Rudd can do about that. A good strike from Joselu though. from Adam Drury Former Norwich defender on BBC Radio Norfolk
Stoke restore their lead! And the goal comes out of nothing really. A headed clearance by Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong goes as far as Ibrahim Afellay, who plays the ball to Joselu about 20 yards out. Little looks on, so the Spaniard crashes a low shot through the legs of Ryan Bennett and the ball trundles into the bottom corner.
Unsurprisingly Stoke are hogging most of the possession. Potters full-back Erik Pieters scampers past opposite number Russell Martin far too easily, fizzing a wicked delivery across the face of the away goal. Just needed a touch....
Blimey...Norwich might only have 10 men but they don't appear to be holding back. They introduce a pair of wingers in Nathan Redmond and Matt Jarvis - the latter for his first appearance since the end of October after injury - for Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe and Wes Hoolahan.
Some activity on the touchline as Norwich prepare a double change...
Sighs of frustration from the unsettled Stoke fans as another misplaced pass finds a garish Norwich shirt.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes instantly reacts to that Norwich equaliser by making a change. He might have to launch an appeal to find the man he wants to replace - Bojan has gone missing tonight. But they locate the Spanish forward to hook him in favour of Peter Odemwingie - another man who we've seen little of for about six months.