Goalscorers Michael Nelson and David Foley celebrate Pools' victory
Hartlepool United caused the first upset of the FA Cup third round with victory over Premier League side Stoke.
The League One side took the lead on 49 minutes when Matty Robson's free-kick found central defender Michael Nelson, who headed in from close range.
The hosts doubled their lead on 75 minutes when David Foley's superb 30-yard strike flew past Steve Simonsen.
Stoke's best chance fell to Ibrahima Sonko, who headed Glenn Whelan's cross against the post on two minutes.
The victory was Hartlepool's second of the season against Premier League opposition, having dumped West Brom out of the Carling Cup in August.
Without suspended duo Ricardo Fuller and Richard Creswell, while injuries accounted for Andy Griffin and Amdy Faye, Stoke manager Tony Pulis made seven changes to the side that last lost 2-1 to West Ham.
Hartlepool - 41 places below the Potters in the League - could not afford similar luxuries as caretaker boss Chris Turner recalled striker Michael Mackay, with midfielder Robson coming in for Andy Monkhouse.
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