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Live Reporting

Matt Davis

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  1. Post update

    That's all from me for the day.

    There are individual live texts on every Premier League game this afternoon on the BBC Sport website and you can find Final Score here.

  2. 'A bit of sparkle around the Foxes'

    Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City

    Alex Scott

    Arsenal Ladies & former England international on Final Score

    That was end-to-end, exactly what we expect from Leicester. Jamie Vardy was terrific, but Leicester were not diligent in defending set pieces, especially when Stoke brought on Peter Crouch.

    Leicester seem rejuvenated, which of course is often what happens when you bring in a new manager. There's a bit of sparkle now around the Foxes, but we'll see how long it lasts.

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    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester manager Claude Puel: "I am happy with the atitude of my players, it was a good game, good intensity and passion.

    "We had a lot of chances today, it is difficult to accept one point, but Kasper saved well at the end so then OK, we take a point.

    "It is an encouraging game which is important for the future."

  4. 'We could've won, Peter changed the game for us'

    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Stoke City

    Stoke City manager Mark Hughes speaking to BBC Sport: "We could of won it at the end. That was a great save by Kasper (Schmeichel). Playing against Leicester is always difficult because they like to play in behind but we had to force that issue. We definitely deserved something out of that game.

    "It was end to end stuff. First half, they got us on the counter and we allowed them to play in behind and you can't do that against Leicester with the likes of Vardy and Mahrez. We changed things in the second half and did well to come from behind twice.

    "Peter Crouch was effective when he came on. He always gets himself in a good position and he understood what was required. He changed the game for us.

    "It's important that you consistently pick up points. We won't win every game, we won't lose every game. It's about getting a steady return in terms of points. Every time you get a Premier League point you should celebrate."

  5. 'Unfortunately couldn't quite turn it into all three points'

    Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Stoke keeper Jack Butland in the tunnel on 5 live Sport: "We're actually a little bit disappointed in the dressing room. We had chances to win that game but also we came back twice from falling behind.

    "We're picking up a bit of momentum now and the second half performance was pleasing. A much better and more solid performance last week against Watford and this week we were able to expand on that and do things with the ball.

    "We were much better today, but unfortunately couldn't quite turn it into all three points."

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    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel: "On reflection we are a bit disappointed, we should have put the game to bed in the first-half, fair play to Stoke they dug in, we are slightly disappointing, but will have to take it.

    "Getting a new manager, new methods, your daily routine changes and we are still getting used it, still adapting.

    "I always had faith in the boys, we had a tough start to the season, but with the talent we have, we should do well."

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    Leicester are up to 10th, Stoke stay 14th.

  8. 'An important point

    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Stoke City

    Stoke goalscorer Peter Crouch speaking to Sky Sports: "A fair result, chances for either side to win it. It would be nice to be starting and scoring goals but that's the way things are going for me. So I have to come on and make an impact and try and get in the starting XI.

    "It was an important point, the last couple of weeks having Ryan (Shawcross) back has helped in defence, we have been dogged."

  9. 'Probably a fair result'

    Stoke City 2-2 Leicester City

    Pat Nevin

    Ex-Chelsea winger at bet365 Stadium for 5 live Sport

    That was a really interesting game to watch. In the first half Leicester were the better side, but in the second Stoke were better by miles. They looked so up for it and Mark Hughes' tactical changes, which included bringing Peter Crouch on, worked well.

    It's probably a fair result, and it shows how tight this league can be. A good game, better than we thought it was going to be after the first 15 minutes.


    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Xherdan Shaqiri's corner is met by Kurt Zouma who heads at goal but his header is well saved by Kasper Schmeichel and with that Jon Moss ends the game.

    Honours even.

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    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Stoke corner, could be the last play of the game.

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    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Four added minutes.

    Claude Puel walks out of his technical area and protests at the fourth official, who started the game as the referee.

    Claude Puel,
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    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Kelechi Iheanacho puts the ball in the back of the net but is offside.

    Kelechi Iheanacho
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    Saido Berahino last scored in February 2016.


    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Peter Crouch nods on for Mame Biram Diouf, who battles with Wes Morgan, but the Leicester defender comes off worse.

    That's Diouf's last contribution as he is replaced by Saido Berahino.

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    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Xherdan Shaqiri floats in a free-kick from the sideline and it is met by Eric Choupo-Moting, who heads wide.


    Stoke 2-2 Leicester

    Demarai Gray is replaced by Marc Albrighton.