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Toffees unstuck as Jerome equalises

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Substitute Cameron Jerome made an immediate impact with a goal which earned Stoke a 1-1 draw at home to Everton in their Barclays Premier League clash.

Peter Crouch's freak own goal a minute before half-time put Everton ahead, but Jerome equalised with his first contribution 90 seconds after being introduced as part of a treble change.

It was a deserved point for the Potters, who carried a first-half threat from Rory Delap's long throws and improved their all-round performance after the break, and they could even have won it in stoppage time through Kenwyne Jones or Robert Huth.

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Stoke City
Football
Robert Huth
Kenwyne Jones
Premier League
Peter Crouch
Rory Delap
Cameron Jerome
Everton

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