Had little to do. Kept out everything that came his way. Could do nothing to keep out what was a superb penalty.
Again one of Norwich's strongest performers. Dominant in the air and always in the right place to put in a last-ditch tackle or clear his lines.
Ensured Odemingie endured a miserable afternoon. Attacked well down the left and was unfortunate not to give his side the lead was a powerful long-range effort.
Attacked well down the right but struggled to keep Arnautovic quiet at times. Enjoyed his afternoon more after Norwich had taken the lead.
Will be frustrated to have conceded the penalty that brought Stoke level. It was a very soft decision. Had little else to do defensively and was told to push forward late on as Norwich chased a winner.
A constant threat out wide, was heavily involved in the majority of Norwich's attacking play. Almost gave his side the lead only to be denied by a fine Begovic save. Wasted a couple of other chances. Set up Johnson's opener.
Norwich look a much more potent attacking threat when this man is on the field. Would have liked to have been involved a little more, but still linked up well with Snodgrass and Redmond. Replaced by Howson after Norwich took the lead.
A fine performance from Johnson in the heart of midfield. Popped up all over the field, spread the ball around well and gave his side a deserved lead.
Drifted in and out of the match. A threat when on the ball, but did not see enough of it. His pace and dribbling ability ensured he was always a danger. Created a chance for Snodgrass following a fine individual run.
Solid in the heart of midfield, Tettey did his defensive duties well. Replaced late on as Norwich chased a winner.
R. van Wolfswinkel
Never stopped running for his side but is still not offering the goalscoring threat in the box his side so desperately need.
Had a couple of nervy moments, but still managed to pull off a number of good saves that kept his side in the game.
Solid in the air for the majority of the match. Kept Van Wolfswinkel quiet but struggled to cope with Norwich's midfield runners.
Lost Johnson for the Norwich goal. Had little else to do in the box with the majority of the hosts' attacking threat coming from midfielders outside the box.
Could not cope with Snodgrass' movement at all. Looked a little better in attack, but with the Scot's growing involvement in the match proving decisive, would have liked to have been stronger defensively.
Really struggled to deal with Redmond's pace but with the inexperienced winger drifting in and out of the match, he enjoyed a simpler afternoon's work than he should have.
Although solid in the middle of the park, he failed to dominate midfield to the similar standard we have been used to in recent weeks.
Never stopped running for his side. Killed some vital moments late on after stealing possession on the halfway line. Struggled to get the better of the Norwich midfielders however.
A quiet afternoon from Crouch, he looked isolated in attack and saw little of the ball. Was unsurprisingly a threat in the air however.
From hero to zero. After scoring his side's winner from the spot last week, Walters stepped up again when his side needed him to fire home the equaliser. Other than that offered little and was later sent off for two bookable offences moments after bringing Stoke level.
Stoke's best player, looked dangerous in the first half and caused Martin problems. Missed a glorious chance to give his side the lead. Replaced by Etherington on 75 minutes.
Barely involved at all, the Nigerian went to ground too easily on the few occasions when he did have the ball. Replaced by Guidetti just after the hour-mark.