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Hughes hits back at Bruce comments

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Stoke boss Mark Hughes has accused his Hull counterpart Steve Bruce of trying to "defend the indefensible" over Maynor Figueroa's tackle on Stephen Ireland, who is facing two to three weeks out as a result of the challenge.

The incident in Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash, which prompted no action from the officials at the time, left Ireland with a huge gash in his calf that required "12 to 15 stitches" and keeps him out of Everton's visit to the Britannia Stadium on Wednesday.

Hughes claimed...

 By PA Sport

Maynor Figueroa tackle on Stephen Ireland defended by Steve Bruce

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Maynor Figueroa caught Stephen Ireland when challenging for the ball.

Hull City boss Steve Bruce has hit back at Stoke after a gory picture emerged of a bloody cut to Stephen Ireland's leg following a challenge by defender Maynor Figueroa during the Tigers' 1-0 loss at the Britannia Stadium.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes claimed the challenge could have ended Ireland's career and that Figueroa should have been sent off -- the injury needed 12 to 15 stitches.

Bruce, speaking ahead of Hull's home match against Sunderland, disputed that claim and insisted it was Ireland...

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Peter Crouch silences doubters as he heads into the record books

Super-sub Peter Crouch came off the bench to give Stoke an invaluable three points against Hull.

Stoke striker Peter Crouch admitted after equalling the record for headed Premier League goals that he has enjoyed proving wrong those who doubted his aerial ability.

The 34-year-old reached the landmark on Saturday, moving level with Alan Shearer on 46 headers with the 71st-minute winner in the Potters' 1-0 home victory over Hull.

And Crouch said: "There were a lot of people in the early days who said I was better on the ground than at heading, so it's pleasing to rub it in a little bit.

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"A lot...

Stoke's strong season continues with confident, competent win over Hull

Super-sub Peter Crouch came off the bench to give Stoke an invaluable three points against Hull.

Mark Hughes' Stoke side made it two successive victories with Saturday's 1-0 win vs. Hull, and in doing so, put to bed any worries that their season had derailed.

Hull arrived with a formation and attitude designed to stop their hosts and steal a point, showing little adventure to win a contest that the Potters dominated from start to finish. Manager Steve Bruce insisted his side didn't deserve to lose, but the fact that they had one shot to Stoke's 17 tells a better story of what actually happened...