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STOKE CITY'S 37-year long wait for victory at Old Trafford was prolonged on Saturday afternoon as the reigning champions staged a dramatic late comeback to deny the Potters of a first ever Premier League victory against Manchester United.

Peter Crouch's opener and a Marko Arnautovic stunner, either side of a Robin Van Persie equaliser, looked to have been enough for the visitors to claim their biggest top-flight scalp in half a century.

However, City's hearts were broken just ten minutes from full-time as firstly Wayne Rooney looped a header in from an acute angle to level matters, before substitute Javier Hernandez nodded into an empty net 90 seconds later to clinch victory for the champions.

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