Swansea City staged a thrilling comeback from two goals down, but were then denied victory by a last-gasp Stoke City penalty in the Premier League this afternoon.
Jonathan Walters and Stephen Ireland scored for the visitors in the first half, at the Liberty Stadium.
Swansea came back strongly after the break, with two goals from Wilfried Bony and one from Nathan Dyer.
An injury-time penalty converted by Charlie Adam made it 3-3.
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