Stoke City forward Bojan scored the only goal of the game, as the Potters earned a valuable away win against Leicester City, reports BBC
Bojan was showing signs of quality all through the game, with the Spaniard looking the most likely to score in what was a game of few clear-cut opportunities. Victor Moses also impressed for the visitors, but in the first-half Stoke couldn’t find a way through.
Leicester didn’t have many chances in the game against a somewhat organised Stoke side, and eventually the away side struck the hammer blow. Bojan spun and struck an effort past the Foxes’ shot-stopper to give Mark Hughes’ side the lead.
Substitutions made by the hosts did little to better their fortunes, with Stoke looking the more dangerous after scoring.
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