Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has seen his side score just 16 goals in 12 games in the Premier League so far this season, and that has been largely down to the lack of a goal threat from Diego Costa.
The Spanish international has scored twice in 10 league appearances this season, but the clip above is an example of why the team as a whole have struggled as they have not posed enough of a threat going forward.
Chelsea have scored far fewer goals than any of the top three sides in the Premier League, although their defensive issues have also contributed to why they currently sit in 16th place with 11 points from 12 games.
It has been a nightmare season for the reigning champions thus far, but Mourinho will hope that they can regroup during the international break and begin their ascent up the table in the coming months to at least compete for a Champions League spot.
In order to do that, he will need Costa to find his goalscoring form, and the pressure is seemingly growing on the 27-year-old with The Daily Mail reporting that he is facing a fight to save his future at Stamford Bridge.
Loic Remy was introduced to the game in the latter stages, and the Frenchman made an immediate impact with his running in the channels and in behind the defence. In addition, he was arguably unfortunate not to have earned a penalty in the controversial incident involving Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland, as analysed by Sky Sports.
Nevertheless, his movement, pace and willingness to make runs for his teammates made a decisive difference as the visitors pushed for an equaliser. Costa is the opposite currently, and if both he and Chelsea want to salvage something from their season, they will need to show that they can offer more going forward.