Stoke's Marko Arnautovic celebrates scoring their fourth goal with Joselu. Action Images via Reuters / Carl Recine
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Marko Arnautovic scored a last-gasp penalty as Stoke City beat Everton 4-3 in a thrilling game at Goodison Park Monday.Again Lukaku struck to bring Everton level just after the hour mark as he controlled a long ball forward from substitute Tom Cleverley before smashing past Butland to make it 2-2 .It was his eighth goal in his last seven Premier League games at Goodison and he was involved again as Everton took the lead for the first time on 71 minutes, finding Barkley before the England man's ball across goal was turned in by Gerard Deulofeu. Roberto Martinez's side looked set to go and win it but they were denied as Stoke hit back again with 10 minutes remaining.
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