Stoke City twice lost a one-goal lead at Queens Park Rangers, to come away from Loftus Road with a 2-2 draw.
Mame Biram Diouf's header put the visitors ahead in the 11th minute, before Steven Caulker equalised on the stroke of half time from very close range.
It didn't take Stoke long to bounce back after the break - Peter Crouch's left footed shot from the centre of the box to the top left corner putting them into a 2-1 lead.
But Niko Kranjcar denied the visitors the win, scoring from a free kick to level the score in the 88th minute.
Stoke chief executive Tony Scholes says there has been no contact between the Potters and other clubs regarding skipper Ryan Shawcross - and that the Staffordshire outfit do not need to sell their best players.
Speaking to the Stoke Sentinel, he said:
It comes as no surprise to me what I have read about Ryan. I don't know if there is any truth in it, but certainly we have had no contact.
Players like him and Begovic, just to name a couple, will attract attention. That's part and parcel of being a successful football team.
That's the way it's always going to be. It's one of the prices of doing well, but it doesn't mean you necessarily have to do business with them.
We've been going through our situation for next year, our budgets, what is available in terms of buying players and players' wages and we are not in a position where we need to sell.
The Potters finally get that away win they've been waiting for. Outstanding result, outstanding performance, outstanding 3 points #SCFC
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Stoke City Football Club have lost an appeal against Jonathan Walters' red card in their match against Norwich at the weekend, the Football Association has announced.
The Potters forward will now serve a three-match suspension.
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Charlie Adam delighted Stoke fans with two strikes, one either side of half time, to sink Manchester United at the Britannia Stadium.
The Scottish midfielder had got things going in the 38th minute, after his free-kick was deflected in by Michael Carrick and David De Gea could only stand and watch.
Juan Mata threatened for the visitors throughout and he set up Robin Van Persie to score the equaliser, two minutes after the restart, after a mistake by Marc Wilson in the Potters' backline. The Dutch marksman finished with aplomb.
But Stoke rallied and a stunning strike from Adam was enough to beat the defending Premier League Champions and earn Mark Hughes three points against his old side.