Potters sink Clarets in friendly

Michael Tonge hit the winner as Stoke secured a 2-1 friendly win over Burnley at Huddersfield's Galpharm Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Last Updated: 31/07/10 at 19:13 Post Comment

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Stoke midfielders Glenn Whelan and Rory Delap were both replaced before the half-hour mark to give Tony Pulis some selection concerns in a drab first half.

New Clarets goalkeeper Lee Grant came on at half time but was soon picking the ball out of the net as Stoke took a 52nd-minute lead.

Liam Lawrence cut in from the right to cross for Tuncay to head into the net.

Burnley levelled through a Graham Alexander penalty after Robert Huth had fouled Chris Iwelumo but Tonge had the final word when he smashed home from 18 yards.

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