Pulis blames 'sloppy' second-half

Stoke manager Tony Pulis says a "sloppy" second-half performance at West Ham cost the Potters victory in the Premier League on Monday.

Pulis was particularly pleased with Jonathan Walters' opening goal, which came from a perfectly executed training-ground routine, but says "the worst thing that happened to us was half-time" after Joey O'Brien levelled almost immediately after the break.

The draw leaves Stoke awaiting a first away win in the league since beating Blackburn on 2 January.

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