- Walters gives Potters home lead
- Gosling with the equalizer
- Wilson stretchered off for Bournemouth
- Cherries sink to 15th, one point above Stoke
Stoke City leapt out of the relegation zone despite a scare from Bournemouth at the Brittania Stadium on Saturday.
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The game was delayed twice in the first 20 minutes, both for injuries to Callum Wilson. The Cherries’ star striker soldiered through the first incident, but needed a stretcher on the follow-up. His ankle looked in an awful way, and Bournemouth fans are right to be concerned.
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Ex-Newcastle and Everton man Gosling equalized with a deflected shot in the 76th minute, but the deadlock barely existed before Stoke retook the lead.
It was 83rd minute when Glen Johnson‘s terrific cross was headed home by Diouf, giving Stoke its first win of the season.