Swansea City 2 - 2 Sunderland

Match info: Premier League at The Liberty Stadium

Date: 01/09/2012 KO: 15:00 Ref: R East Att: 20,350

Home team/scorers Scores Away team/scorers

Swansea

Wayne Routledge 45+1
Michu 66

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Sunderland

Steven Fletcher 40,45+7

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  • It ends all square at the Liberty Stadium. That's it from me, have a good one, good bye!

    FT
  • Cambell has a shot blocked in the Swansea box.

    90+3
  • Dyer shows some neat footwork down the left flank to run down the clock. He's had an excellent outing today.

    90+2
  • Swansea are still dictating the pace here as they monopolise possession.

    90+1
  • Sunderland clear the delivery. There will be four minutes of optional time.

    90
  • Mignolet concedes a corner cheaply, although to be fair it was a poor backpass by one of his defenders.

    89
  • Sung-Yeung has seen plenty of the ball since coming on, and looks really comfortable in possession.

    88
  • Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is barking instructions quite animatedly. It doesn't look like he's alright with a draw given his team's numerical advantage.

    87
  • The Black Cats continue to inch forward conservatively when in possession. They really look content with a point on the road here.

    86
  • Swansea's Graham has a snap-shot blocked in the area. It's the 10-men hosts, who are impressing in these closing stages.

    85
  • Sunderland's Fraizer Campbell replaces Sessegnon.

    84
  • Sung-Yeung gets a generous applause for some nifty footwork in the midfield trenches. He looks a tidy player so far.

    83
  • Sunderland don't appear that desperate to make their extra man count. They're hardly committing numbers going forward.

    82
  • Sung-Yeung outmuscles Sessegnon to dispossess the Sunderland man outside the Swans area. Decent start by the sub, who will have to do a lot of that sort of thing in these final 10 minutes.

    80
  • Swansea shot-stopper Vorm confidently collects a right-wing cross.

    79
  • Swansea's Ki Sung-Yeung replaces Michu.

    78
  • The Black Cats are seeing more of the ball now as they plot to make their numerical advantage count.

    77
  • Play has gotten a bit scrappy since Chico's dismissal. The Swans really had all the momentum up until that stage.

    76
  • Swansea newcomer Ki Sung-Yeung is warming up on the sidelines, and looks set to make his league debut.

    75
  • So Swans boss Michael Laudrup brings on defender Tate in place of attacker Routledge, clearly in response to Chico's moment of madness.

    74

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