Stoke boss on first league win

Stoke City have finally won a league game.

They have beaten leaders Swansea City 2-1 in their own backyard.

Manager Nathan Jones made two changes from the midweek defeat to Huddersfield bringing in Tom Edwards and Tyrese Campbell for James McClean and Tom Ince.

Stoke were behind in the opening minute when Jordan Ayew slotted home from close range.

The Potters equalised on 22 minutes through Sam Clucas who was set up from Joe Allen's pull back.

The visitors then won it in the 90th minute through substitute Scott Hogan who sent the travelling supporters wild with delight.

The victory leaves Stoke bottom of the table with five points from their opening eleven games.

Stoke are back in action in a fortnight after the international break when they entertain seventh placed Fulham. 

Talking after the game, (below) the manager started by heaping praise on midfielder Badou Ndiaye.

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