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Stoke City vs Portsmouth Gallery

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JONATHAN WALTERS' double and a late Peter Crouch header secured the Potters a comfortable passage through to the 3rd Round of this season's Capital One Cup against Portsmouth on Wednesday evening.

Mark Hughes' side were full value for their victory against their lower-league counterparts, with Walters netting either side of the interval from close range, before Crouch helped himself to a goal against his former side from 8-yards in the final minute.

The match will probably be best remembered for the introduction of Academy starlet Oliver Shenton, who made his first-team debut at the tender age of 16 - and in the process became the Club's youngest debutant since Peter Bullock in April 1959.

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