EPL: Stoke City Come From Behind to Beat Swansea 2-1

Updated: 19 October 2014 22:53 IST

Charlie Adam equalised with a 42nd-minute penalty, awarded when Victor Moses tumbled under a challenge by Angel Rangel.

EPL: Stoke City Come From Behind to Beat Swansea 2-1
Charlie Adam celebrates scoring for Stoke City vs Swansea in the English Premier League © AFP

Stoke:

Jonathan Walters headed in a 76th-minute winner as Stoke came from behind to beat Swansea 2-1 on Sunday and earn back-to-back home victories in the Premier League.

With the game tied at 1-1 after two first-half penalties, the Ireland forward met Oussama Assaidi's left-wing cross with a thumping header from 10 meters at Britannia Stadium.

Swansea took the lead in the 34th minute through Wilfried Bony, who converted his spot kick after being wrestled to the ground by Ryan Shawcross as they jostled at a corner.

Charlie Adam equalised with a 42nd-minute penalty, awarded when Victor Moses tumbled under a challenge by Angel Rangel.

After winning their first three games, Swansea is without a victory in five league games.

Topics : Stoke City Swansea City English Premier League Football
Related Articles
Manchester United End Real Madrid's Reign as Cash Kings
Manchester United End Real Madrid's Reign as Cash Kings
Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez Admits One Million Euro Tax Fraud
Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez Admits One Million Euro Tax Fraud
Premier League: Manchester United Salvage Draw vs Liverpool, Everton Thrash Manchester City
Premier League: Manchester United Salvage Draw vs Liverpool, Everton Thrash Manchester City
Show Comments
Advertisement