Pulis laments Stoke draw
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis was disappointed not to get maximum points against Wigan Athletic on Saturday.
By Subhankar Mondal
Last Updated: 01/09/12 10:09pm
Stoke City manager Tony Pulis was disappointed not to get maximum points against Wigan Athletic in their Premier League fixture on Saturday.
The Potters twice came from behind to earn a creditable 2-2 away draw at the DW Stadium, their third successive draw in the league this season.
Pulis felt that his side should have won the game and praised Wigan goalkeeper Ali Al-Habsi for superbly keeping out a deflected Charlie Adam free-kick in the 85th minute.
"[I am] disappointed with just a point," he told Sky Sports. "We had the better chances.
"The keeper (Al-Habsi) made a great save in the end. It was a remarkable save."
Former Manchester United and Liverpool striker Michael Owen, who is currently a free agent, has been linked with a move to Stoke.
Pulis, though, remained coy when asked if the Potters are close to signing the 32-year-old.
"If he is [signed], you will know when it has been done, not before," he simply stated.