- Rodriguez opens scoring
- Crouch gifted equalizer
- Baggies still unbeaten
- Stoke moves to 1-1-1
West Brom is no longer perfect but remain unbeaten after a 1-1 draw against Stoke City at the Hawthorns on Sunday
It took until the hour mark for West Brom to get a shot on target, but Jay Rodriguez made it count for the Baggies lone goal.
Stoke rises ninth with four points, while West Brom remains in the Top Four with seven.
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A pair of early corners came West Brom’s way, but James Morrison grounded the second wide of the goal.
Kurt Zouma dribbled to 22 yards out before lashing a deflected shot that Ben Foster did well to tip over the bar.
A dangerous swooping 38th minute free kick from Chris Brunt went through the hands of Jack Butland thanks to some back post contact and was called a foul.
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Rodriguez finally snapped a goal into the proceedings at the hour mark, a diving back post header making it 1-0.
Stoke capitalized on a massive error to make it 1-1, with Crouch nabbing his 199th career goal off an Ahmed Hegazi error.
Choupo-Moting saw a back post effort blocked by Allan Nyom in the 87th minute as the Potters looked for a winner.