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Nigerian footballer, Osaze Odemwingie was on target for Stoke City when they locked horns against Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium.
Four first-half goals were shared between both teams as Stoke came from behind twice to earn a point.
The Saints went ahead early on when Rickie Lambert curled in a free-kick from the edge of the area.
The away side leveled the scores through Osaze Odemwingie’s calm finish, before Steven Davis’s cross-shot put Southampton ahead three minutes later.
Stoke’s Peter Crouch headed home a minute before half-time, but neither side were able to find a winner and had to share points.
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