The Nigerian was in blistering form on Saturday afternoon as his brace ensured the Potters moved to the tenth position in the English Premiership
Peter Odemwingie was on target twice for Stoke City as they spanked West Ham United 3-1 in the English Premiership on Saturday afternoon.
The former Cardiff forward scored in each half to hand Mark Hughes' men their second win in three games in the highly entertaining encounter played at the Britannia Stadium.
An acrobatic effort from Peter Crouch deflected off Odemwingie to put the home side level in the 32nd minute after Andy Caroll had put the visitors ahead in the fifth minute.
The Nigerian completed his brace with 11 minutes to the end of the match with a thunderous strike from the edge of Hammers’ penalty area.
Odemwingie last scored for the Potters in their 2-2 draw away with Southampton at St Mary’s Stadium on February 8.