Stoke City's Ibrahim Afellay celebrates scoring their first goal of the game during their Englisg Premier League soccer match against Swansea City at the Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent, England, Saturday, April 2, 2016. (Mike Egerton/PA via AP)
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Italian striker Alberto Paloschi completed Swansea City's comeback from a two-goal deficit as they drew 2-2 at Stoke City on Saturday in a result that checked the Potters' charge for European football next season.However, Gylfi Sigurdsson gave Welsh visitors Swansea hope by pulling a goal back with 22 minutes remaining at the Britannia Stadium.Paloschi had only been on the field for eight minutes when he levelled the scores.Arnautovic went close to winning the game for Stoke with a free-kick that hit the side-netting six minutes from time and Afellay then saw a 25-yard shot just clear the bar as Swansea held out for a point.
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