Stoke City FC 4-1 Crystal Palace FC highlights: Stoke City eventually advanced into the fourth round of FA Cup after beating Cyrstal Palace in FA Cup third round replay last midweek.
Both teams are looking really eager to advance into the next stage and it was Palace that could have taken the lead after they earned a penalty kick 35 minutes, but unfortunately it was missed by Jermaine Easter. That failure almost cost them in regular time as Stoke eventually broke the dead lock in the 69th minute through Kenwyne Jones' header. The visitor didn't want to give up though and managed to force the match into extra time after Glenn Muray converting a second spot kick for his side on 87 minutes.
Stoke showcase their prowess in extra time as they simply ended Palace resilience as the host added three goals during that additional 2x15 minutes time. Jonathan Walters netted a double during that extra time, while another goal was scored by Cameron Jerome, sealing the fourth round ticket for Tony Pulis' men.