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Derby County 0-0 Stoke City: Drab draw at Pride Park

Report and highlights from the Sky Bet Championship clash between Derby County and Stoke City at Pride Park as Wayne Rooney stayed unbeaten as interim manager of the Rams in a drab draw on Saturday

Derby's unbeaten run under Wayne Rooney continued but they are still searching for a first home win of the season after Stoke held them to a 0-0 draw at Pride Park.

County dominated for most of the game but lacked quality in the final third and have now scored only eight goals in the Championship.

The closest they came was when Colin Kazim-Richards was denied by a first-half goal-line clearance by James Chester, although Matt Clarke saw a second-half header tipped over.

Stoke, who were again without a number of key players, created little and did not force David Marshall into a save in the 90 minutes.

Image: Derby and Stoke played out a goalless draw on Saturday

Derby are now unbeaten in five since Rooney became interim manager but they remain in the bottom three.

The Rams started positively with Tom Lawrence testing Josef Bursik with a dipping shot in the eighth minute.

Kazim-Richards got in behind Stoke but was offside as Derby continued to threaten and the striker had a great chance to open the scoring in the 22nd minute.

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Lee Buchanan played a great ball from deep in his own half to put Kazim-Richards in but after he went round Bursik, his shot was cleared off the line by Chester.

Stoke were struggling to get out of their own half but Derby were forced into a change when Lawrence limped off in the 33rd minute with an ankle injury.

The visitors at last posed a threat in the 36th minute when Nathan Collins curled in a cross that Steven Fletcher was unable to control on the edge of the six-yard box.

But Derby were dominating possession and Kazim-Richards played in Lawrence's replacement Morgan Whittaker in the 42nd minute but his deflected shot was easily saved.

Stoke had to improve in the second half and they did, forcing Derby back and getting crosses into the box.

Derby thought they should have had a penalty in the 65th minute when Buchanan went over but referee Andy Woolmer baffled everyone by awarding a drop ball to Stoke.

It seemed to inspire Derby who twice went close, first through Clarke from a Martyn Waghorn free-kick and then Kamil Jozwiak who had a shot blocked.

The Polish winger then had a shot deflected over as Derby reasserted themselves and Bursik made a superb save in the 82nd minute to turn over a Clarke header.

Derby brought on Jordan Ibe for his first appearance since joining the club in September but despite five minutes of stoppage time, could not get that elusive win.

What the managers said…

Derby's interim manager Wayne Rooney: "It's frustrating not to get the three points. First half we played really well and created chances and should have scored. Second half we didn't start well but then I felt we grew back into the game and maybe could have gone on and won.

"I think we deserved the three points but we are building a platform with three clean sheets and now we have to demand more from our attacking players to start scoring."

Stoke's Michael O'Neill: "First half we were second best in terms of possession and territory. Second half we competed far better, we got up against the game but overall given where we are as a squad and the injuries we have it's a hard-earned point and one we will happily take.

"The squad has been stretched and certainly the players that are missing at this minute are big players for us. On the day it was important we didn't lose the game so a clean sheet and we take a point away."

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