Football

Stoke halt poor run

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Robert Huth powered home a 51st-minute header to help Stoke to a 2-0 victory, making Steve Kean's first game in permanent charge of Blackburn a miserable one.

Huth pounced to angle the ball home from Matthew Etherington's cross and Marc Wilson rounded off a fine win for Tony Pulis' side in injury time.

Rovers threatened only through half-chances for Mame Biram Diouf and Brett Emerton and left Kean to hear his side being booed off at the whistle.

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Brett Emerton
Stoke City
Football
Blackburn Rovers
Robert Huth
Premier League
Matthew Etherington
Marc Wilson

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