LONDON -- Geoff Cameron made his long-awaited return for Stoke toward the end of Sunday's English Premier League game at Tottenham.
The United States defender had been sidelined since Oct. 22 after damaging knee ligaments against Hull.
Cameron came on in the 82nd minute of the game, which Tottenham won 4-0 with four first-half goals.
While Stoke are safe in 10th place in the league in Cameron's absence, much has changed for the U.S. national team with Bruce Arena replacing manager Jurgen Klinsmann.
Stoke can count themselves lucky that they left White Hart Lane with just a 4-0 loss on Sunday, having put in their latest shambolic showing of the season against Tottenham. It was a game in which they were rarely a worthy opponent for a Spurs side who arguably showed some mercy by not pushing for a fifth or sixth goal.
The hosts had played four games since the Potters last featured in the league but it was they who showed the urgency, consistently first to the second ball all afternoon in a...