Poor start frustrates Stoke boss Hughes

Stoke boss Mark Hughes blamed his sides poor start to the game for the loss to Burnley.

The Clarets scored twice in the first quarter of the game before holding on to all three points after Jonathan Walters had pulled a goal back for the hosts.

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes  (L) and Burnley manager Sean Dyche shake hands at the final whistle''Photographer Jack Phillips/CameraSport''Football - Barclays Premiership - Stoke City v Burnley  - Saturday 22nd November 2014 - Britannia Stadium - Stoke''� CameraSport - 43 Linden Ave. Countesthorpe. Leicester. England. LE8 5PG - Tel: +44 (0) 116 277 4147 - admin@camerasport.com - www.camerasport.com

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes (L) and Burnley manager Sean Dyche shake hands at the final whistle''Photographer Jack Phillips/CameraSport''Football - Barclays Premiership - Stoke City v Burnley - Saturday 22nd November 2014 - Britannia Stadium - Stoke''� CameraSport - 43 Linden Ave. Countesthorpe. Leicester. England. LE8 5PG - Tel: +44 (0) 116 277 4147 - admin@camerasport.com - www.camerasport.com

The victory was the first time the Clarets had recorded back-to-back wins in the Premier League since beating Manchester United and Everton in the 2009/10 season.