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Post-match press conference: David Moyes v Stoke City [video]


Filed: Tuesday, 17th April 2018
By: Staff Writer


David Moyes thanked his substitutes for rescuing a point against Stoke City at the Olympic Stadium tonight.

The manager praised Andy Carroll for scoring a 90th minute equaliser after Peter Crouch had given the visitors an unlikely lead ten minutes or so earlier.

However he refused to criticise goalkeeper Joe Hart for the mistake that led to Crouch's goal, insisting that "if you're a 'keeper, it's going to happen".

Hear what a reasonably-happy Moyes had to say about the evening's events during his post-match press conference...








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