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Posted Sunday, September 15th 2019

Photo report: Stoke City v Bristol City

Relive the action from the Robins' 2-1 away win against Stoke City.

After going ahead through Sam Clucas, Stoke would play the majority of the game with ten men after Joe Allen's dismissal.

And in the second half, City took control thanks to a Famara Diédhiou header and Tom Edwards' own goal, with Jack Hunt playing his role with both assists.

The referee prepares to show Allen the red card, Brownhill lies down hurt after the tackle
Andi Weimann gets a shot away but Jack Butland would block after City go 1-0 down
Antoine Semenyo latches on to a Massengo pass but fires over the bar before the break
Famara Diédhiou heads City level - his second goal at the bet365 this year!
The celebrations suggests he enjoyed that one!
Under press from Eliasson, Edwards bundles the ball over the line as City take the lead
It meant two goals from two Hunt crosses
The team congratulate themselves and the supporters in the full-time scenes

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