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Inspired by Pogba's superb display, Man United cruise past Stoke

Paul Pogba had two assists and Anthony Martial netted a beauty as Manchester United outclassed Stoke in a 3-0 win at Old Trafford.

MANCHESTER, England -- Three thoughts on Manchester United's 3-0 win vs. Stoke in the Premier League

1. Man United cruise to victory

The optimism is back at Manchester United. This routine win over Stoke City helped, but so has the mounting speculation that the Old Trafford club are set to win the race for Alexis Sanchez.

City's lead at the top of the Premier League table is down to 12 points after their 4-3 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday and the glimmer of hope United fans still have...

 By Chris Wright

Saido Berahino too excited for Stoke's trip to Manchester United

Saido Berahino might want to check this schedule before he prepares for his next match.

He may be struggling for goals so far this season but you simply cannot fault Saido Berahino's enthusiasm.

Dressed in his match-day track suit, the Stoke City striker was raring to go when he reported for his side's game against Manchester United well ahead kickoff.

Alas, unfortunately we're talking a full 24 hours ahead of kickoff.

Berahino came prepared for the match thinking it was on Sunday, only to find that the fixture is actually scheduled to take place at Old Trafford on Monday...

 By Nick Ames

Troubled Stoke City searching for new direction in life after Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes was sacked shortly after Stoke's FA Cup shock at Coventry City.

Stoke City are not used to this. They had become the Premier League's great survivors by doing so much more than simply surviving. Since their surprise promotion in 2008, when a ferociously Tony Pulis-led team bludgeoned their way out of the second tier and into mid-table, they have upset the odds to the extent that relegation barely registered among their preseason concerns. Now it is at the front of everyone's minds and, as the club prepare to make their first managerial appointment since 2013,...

Stoke must sort Hughes' successor with Premier League status at stake

Mark Hughes paid the price for Stoke's FA Cup shock at Coventry and was sacked straight after.
Mark Hughes paid the price for Stoke's FA Cup shock at Coventry and was sacked straight after.

It's often said that the league table doesn't lie but for the last couple of years it has perhaps been less than truthful about the declining fortunes of Stoke City, who on Saturday decided it was time to bring an end to Mark Hughes' tenure at the club.

It was far from a knee-jerk reaction from chairman Peter Coates and his board who have done their best to stay loyal to a man who delivered ninth place finishes in each of his first three seasons. Unfortunately, that feat was one he was unable to...

Stoke, Mark Hughes may regret barely putting up a fight at Chelsea

LONDON -- Stoke City were ripped open in under three minutes by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, en route to a 5-0 home win. It took even less time for manager Mark Hughes to concede that his priorities lay elsewhere as he dissected arguably the most hapless Premier League performance of the season in his postmatch press conference.

"I made decisions I feel will help us with the game we have on Monday," he said, pointing to Stoke's vital home match against fellow strugglers Newcastle United....

 By Nick Miller

Liverpool efficient, if not convincing, in controversial victory at Stoke City

STOKE, England -- Three quick thoughts from Liverpool's 3-0 Premier League win over Stoke at the bet365 Stadium on Wednesday.

1. Liverpool get efficient but controversial win

This will not go down as a classic Liverpool performance, like some of the brilliant, slicing victories of the season so far, but it was a terrifically efficient one. A 3-0 win over a Stoke side who were utterly dreadful might be the minimum you can expect, but on a bitingly cold night in the Midlands, it will do nicely.

The...