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Saturday, October 19, 2013
 Full Time
Swansea City
P. Bardsley (og) 57' 1-0 
J. De Guzmán  58' 2-0 
W. Bony (p) 64' 3-0 
S. Fletcher (og) 80' 4-0 
HT: 0-0
Liberty Stadium (Attendance: 20,245)
Referee: Craig Pawson
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Swansea City vs. Sunderland
Minute Commentary
Gus Poyet enjoyed no honeymoon period as Sunderland manager as he saw his side thumped 4-0 at Swansea City. The visitors had acquitted themselves well in the opening 45 minutes, but all four goals came in the second half, as a potent combination of bad luck and individual brilliance conspired against the Black Cats. Phil Bardsley diverted the ball into his own goal just before the hour mark to put the Swans ahead, before Jonathan de Guzman's sensational strike doubled the lead just two minutes later. A disastrous six minute period was completed when Craig Gardner brought down Leon Britton to concede a penalty kick, which Wilfried Bony tucked away. With ten minutes to go, Chico Flores completed the rout, stooping low to head in his first Premier League goal for Michael Laudrup's men. Poyet and Sunderland have a big job ahead of them.
And that's full-time. A second half rout sees Swansea City thrash Sunderland 4-0 at the Liberty Stadium.
There will be three minutes of stoppage time at the Liberty Stadium. Even that will drag for the travelling Sunderland fans.
Swansea are just keeping the possession of the ball now, and are keen to settle for the 4-0 victory. You have to feel that Sunderland are just waiting for that final whistle, too. It's a long way back to the north-east.
That sums up Sunderland's day. Jozy Altidore uses his presence to bundle his way past the Swansea defence, but he fluffs his volley and the ball ends up being scuffed towards the corner flag.
Both sides are making changes. Swansea bring on Pozuelo for Wayne Routledge, while Sunderland bring on Jozy Altidore with Steven Fletcher going off.
Chico Flores scores his first Premier League goal for Swansea after getting his head on Jonathan de Guzman's corner kick. Just before, Kieren Westwood had made another outstanding save to deny Michu - he doesn't deserve to be on the losing side today.
It's 4-0! Chico Flores scores!
Fabio Borini has an ambitious effort on the volley from 25 yards out, but the ball loops invitingly into the arms of Michel Vorm, who has had nothing to do today.
Sunderland are deflated, and are now making several elementary errors. Sebastian Larsson passes the ball out of play before Valentin Roberge has to scamper back to deny Wayne Routledge a run in on goal.
Swansea are making their first substitution, with striker Alvaro Vazquez - on loan from Getafe - entering the field of play. Wilfried Bony, who's had a frustrating day but has grabbed a goal, is brought off.
Michael Laudrup must have given this Swansea team a real rollicking at the interval because they came out for the second half revitalised, playing with far more intent and slickness. Michu, in particular, has been at the centre of everything, compared to the first half when he was practically invisible.
Lee Cattermole is known for his short fuse and he goes head-to-head with Michu after putting in a late challenge on the Spaniard. There was a little bit of contact, but Michu made the most of it. It's just frustration on Cattermole's part.
What must Gus Poyet be thinking? Seven minutes ago, the new Sunderland manager will have been feeling rather satisfied with his team's performance. Three goals later, though, and this is a case of damage limitation.
Swansea win a penalty when Craig Gardner clumsily clips the heels of Leon Britton inside the area. Wilfried Bony steps up and, while Kieren Westwood goes the right way, he can't stop the ball hitting the back of the net. That's the Swans' first penalty in 56 games - and Bony made it count. Swansea out of sight.
It's in! Wilfried Bony scores!
Craig Gardner fouls Leon Britton and it's a penalty to Swansea.
What a save by Kieren Westwood! The ball shoots up into the air in the Sunderland penalty area and falls to Jonathan de Guzman, who is unmarked from 10 yards out. He smashes the ball at goal but Westwood makes an outstanding stop.
Those goals have forced Gus Poyet's hand and he's going to make some changes. Fabio Borini is on for Adam Johnson and Jack Colback is on for Emmanuele Giaccherini. Straight away, Borini is in the action, beating the offside trap but poking the ball over Michel Vorm and the Swansea bar.
Suddenly, Swansea are cruising! Jonathan de Guzman receives the ball 30 yards from goal and opens his body up before bending a right-footed shot towards the top corner of goal. It's so accurate that Kieren Westwood can't get near the ball as it soars into the back of the net. Fantastic strike!
What a goal! It's Jonathan de Guzman!
The luck just doesn't go your way when you're down in relegation trouble. Nathan Dyer's long-range shot is tipped wide for a corner kick. The resulting corner kick from Jonathan de Guzman is floated in tantalisingly, and the ball ends up in the back of the net via Phil Bardsley.
It's in! Swansea lead and it looked like an own goal!
It should be 1-0. Some beautiful play between the Swansea midfielders on the edge of the penalty area makes space for Angel Rangel down the right. The Spanish full-back drives in a low cross and Wilfried Bony meets the ball on the edge of the six-yard box. Unfortunately for the hosts, he manages to put his shot over the bar.
Swansea are going to make their first substitution, with Ben Davies coming off. His injury worries had threatened to rule him out of this game, and this change may be a precaution with that in mind. Neil Taylor is on in his place for his first Premier League appearance of the season. Just after, the ball bounces to Michu inside the area, but his vicious volley is smashed wide at the near post.
Neither team changed anything in terms of personnel at the break, and it looks like the game is set to continue in the same pattern as the first, as Swansea continue to probe a resolute Sunderland defence. Michu has looked more spritely in the opening moments though, and his burst helps his team win a corner.
Sunderland get an early corner kick after good work by Emmanuel Giaccherini down the right wing. Adam Johnson's corner is cleared away but the ball comes back into the box from Giaccherini and finds an unmarked Phil Bardsley at the back post. The Scot is off balance and balloons his right-footed effort over the top.
The teams are back on the pitch and we're off again at the Liberty Stadium. It doesn't look like there have been any changes made by either team over the interval, so both Swansea City and Sunderland have the players out there that started the game.
Swansea City and Sunderland have found chances hard to come by in a goalless first half at the Liberty Stadium. Gus Poyet, taking charge of his first match as the Black Cats manager, will be delighted with his team's defensive performance, limiting the Swans to just one chance of note - Jonathan de Guzman's curling free-kick just dropping wide. It was the visitors who had the best opportunity though, after a smart corner kick routine made space for Steven Fletcher to lash at goal, but the volley was off target. Michael Laudrup will need a rethink at the interval if his side are to pick up their first home win in the Premier League this season.
Chico Flores is booked for wiping out Adam Johnson on the Sunderland left wing, giving the visitors a last chance to break the deadlock. Sebastian Larsson whips in a cross but it's straight at Michel Vorm. And that's half-time at the Liberty Stadium. Swansea City and Sunderland remain deadlocked at the interval.
There's trouble here. Michu robs the ball inside the final third and bears down on the Sunderland goal. Defender Valentin Roberge pulls back the frontman and the Swans fans immediately want a red card. However, Craig Pawson rules that John O'Shea was covering, and therefore only issues a caution.
Michu needs to calm down. The Spanish international is fouled by Valentin Roberge, and proceeds to shove the Frenchman in the chest, before doing the same to Sebastian Larsson. Referee Craig Pawson, perhaps wisely, opts to calm Michu down rather than issue a card.
There's not a lot happening at the Liberty Stadium at the moment, with the Sunderland resistance still frustrating Swansea City. He may have only been with the club for 11 days, but it looks like Gus Poyet's defensive work is already paying dividends.
Swansea's Angel Rangel decides to try his luck from 25 yards out, but his powerful, low drive is held by Kieren Westwood, despite the shot taking a deflection off the leg of Valentin Roberge.
Craig Gardner barges into Wilfriend Bony to concede a free-kick 30 yard from, and central to, his own goal. Jonathan de Guzman takes it and the ball bends wide of the wall and back in towards Kieren Westwood's top right-hand corner, just evading the post. A close shave for Sunderland.
Leon Britton nearly picks out the marauding run of Ben Davies from left-back, but his through-ball has too much power on it. That pass was at the conclusion of a wonderful, flowing team move from Swansea, though, and that was much better from the hosts.
Swansea are looking increasingly frustrated, with Sunderland doing an excellent job of staying organised and condensed inside their own half. The Swans aren't helping themselves, though, and could do with using the whole width of the pitch - especially with Black Cats right-back Phil Bardsley already carrying a yellow card.
That was a chance for Sunderland. Phil Bardsley's deep cross into the area looks like it's sailing out of play but Sebastian Larsson manages to loft the ball back across the box. Steven Fletcher is waiting to pounce but Michel Vorm reacts quickly enough to grasp it and relieve the danger.
The Swans have been really poor so far, and their much-feared front two of Wilfried Bony and Michu have barely had a touch. The latter is having to drop right back into his own half to even get a touch of the ball. He can't hurt Sunderland there.
Emmanuel Giaccherini is seeing plenty of the ball, and more centrally than he did under Paolo Di Canio. The Italian brings the ball down before slotting Sebastian Larsson in behind the Swansea defence, but there's just too much on the pass and Michel Vorm can gather.
This has been a promising opening quarter of an hour for Sunderland. Swansea have had plenty of the ball but haven't been able to create any goal-scoring opportunities. Indeed, if Steven Fletcher took his chance, Gus Poyet's side could even be ahead.
Angel Rangel needlessly fouls Adam Johnson on the right flank, which gives Sebastian Larsson the chance to deliver. Jordi Amat clumsily slices behind for a corner kick, which is whipped in low by Adam Johnson. Steven Fletcher pulls off his marker and volleys towards goal from 10 yards out but puts the ball wide of the near post.
Ouch. Nathan Dyer uses his pace to get to the ball before Phil Bardsley and nips it past the Scottish international, who dives in rashly. Craig Pawson doesn't mind that it's the defender's first foul of the day - it's a definite yellow card.
Kieren Westwood collides with John O'Shea when trying to collect a cross into the Sunderland box. The goalkeeper drops to the ground holding his troublesome shoulder - problems with it ruled him out of Ireland's international fixtures last week - but he's fine to continue.
Sunderland are looking motivated today, and are surley keen to impress their new boss. The Black Cats have nearly taken advantage of some sloppy play from the home side inside their own half on several occasions. In the latest incident, Chico Flores has to bail out Jonathan de Guzman after he gave the ball straight to Steven Fletcher.
Wilfried Bony gives the ball away on the halfway line and Emmanuel Giaccherini sprints into Swansea territory. The Swans are on the back foot but the Italian winger mistimes his pass to Steven Fletcher, who is flagged offside.
It will be interesting to see how the Sunderland full-backs, Phil Bardsley and Ondrej Celustka, deal with the Swansea wide men today. Nathan Dyer and Wayne Routledge have plenty of pace and trickery and could be one of the home side's most likely sources of goals today.
We're up and running at the Liberty Stadium, with the sound of Craig Pawson's whistle marking the start of the game. Swansea City are in their all-white home strip while Sunderland wear their familiar colours of red and white shirts with black shorts. Can Gus Poyet get off to a winning start in his first match in the Black Cats dugout?
Left-back Ben Davies is passed fit for Swansea City, who also have Jonathan de Guzman and Leon Britton fit to start. Wilfried Bony will lead the line for Michael Laudrup's side. Steven Fletcher makes a return from injury for Sunderland, while Phil Bardsley and Kieren Westwood are also included in Gus Poyet's first Black Cats starting XI.
We'll keep you up-to-date with all the action from the Liberty Stadium as it unfolds this afternoon. Bradley King will be here as things kick-off at 3pm.
Referee Craig Pawson takes control of this afternoon's match at the Liberty Stadium. Pawson has refereed just one Premier League fixture so far this season - Cardiff City's 2-1 win over Fulham at Craven Cottage last month. He'll be assisted by Peter Kirkup and Peter Bankes.
Swansea City fans will be hoping that Sunderland forward Fabio Borini doesn't come back to haunt them this afternoon. The Italian, who is on loan at the Stadium of Light from Liverpool, moved to the Swans on a short-term loan deal from Chelsea as they looked to achieve promotion to the Premier League in the 2010-11 season. Borini won a penalty in the play-off final at Wembley as Brendan Rodgers led the club to a 4-2 victory over Reading.
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet said: "'First we need to start doing the right things; not conceding goals, keeping the ball better, creating chances - winning football games really. I am convinced that if we start getting results and we start getting better then sooner or later we will see a totally different approach. I'm sure that the fans are going to really enjoy watching the team."
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup said: "Sunderland don't have bad players — they have some very good players. Everybody says we should win because we are at home and they are bottom of the table, but I know for certain that they will be working hard to get out of the run they are in. It's the first game under a new manager and all the players will want to prove to him that they should be in his team every week."
Matches between Swansea City and Sunderland have generally been tight affairs since the Swans returned to the top division back in 2011. Three out of the clubs' four meetings since then have been drawn, including the last meeting at the Liberty Stadium when two Steven Fletcher goals earned the visitors a point in a 2-2 draw. The only match between these two in recent years that hasn't ended in a draw was Sunderland's 2-0 win at the Stadium of Light in January 2012. The Swans haven't beaten today's opponents since November 1982 - in a campaign which ended in relegation from the First Division.
Gus Poyet will be thankful that Steven Fletcher could well be fit enough to play some part in the match. The Scottish striker has missed the last three Black Cats games with a dislocated shoulder but, with Sunderland short on firepower, he will likely be thrown straight back into the starting XI. Poyet has extended an olive branch to ostracised full-back Phil Bardsley, increasing his chances of featuring, while Wes Brown and Kieren Westwood should be fit. The visitors will have to do without loanee Ki Sung-Yeung, though - he's on loan from Swansea and therefore ineligible to feature.
Swansea are still without their captain Ashley Williams, who is yet to recover from a hamstring injury, with Jordi Amat set to continue to fill in alongside Chico Flores. Left-back Ben Davies is also set to miss the game with an ankle injury, so Neil Taylor is likely to start. There is good news for manager Michael Laudrup, though. Goalkeeper Michel Vorm will be between the sticks after overcoming a hand injury, while Pablo Hernandez and Jonathan de Guzman are available for selection after returning from knocks of their own.
New Sunderland manager Gus Poyet will be hoping his new club hit the ground running when they head to the Liberty Stadium to face Swansea City on Saturday afternoon. The Black Cats, who announced the Uruguayan as Paolo Di Canio's permanent successor last week, currently prop up the Premier League table, with just a solitary point to show for the first seven matches of their campaign. Already six points adrift of safety, and today's opponents, the wins need to begin arriving sharpish. Though not in the dire straits that Poyet's men find themselves in, the Swans haven't been on fire recently either. Yet to win on home soil in the league this season, Michael Laudrup will urgently want to rid that monkey from his back, too.
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Team Stats
Swansea City Sunderland
4 Goals 0
1 Assists 0
14 Shots 6
6 Shots on Goal 1
1 Saves 3
1 Penalties Scored 0
1 Penalty Kicks 0
15 Crosses 9
7 Corner Kicks 2
2 Offside 5
12 Fouls Committed 13
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
62% Ball Possession 38%
Swansea City
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Michel Vorm 90 - 0 0 0 1
2Amat 90 0 0 0 - -
4Chico 90 0 1 0 - -
7Leon Britton 90 0 0 0 - -
9Michu 90 0 0 0 - -
10Wilfried Bony 75 1 0 0 - -
12Nathan Dyer 90 0 0 0 - -
15Wayne Routledge 81 0 0 0 - -
20Jonathan De Guzmán 90 1 0 0 - -
22Ángel Rangel 90 0 0 0 - -
33Ben Davies 51 0 0 0 - -
3Neil Taylor 39 0 0 0 - -
24Álex Pozuelo 9 0 0 0 - -
26Álvaro 15 0 0 0 - -

No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
20Keiren Westwood 90 - 0 0 4 3
2Phil Bardsley 90 0 1 0 - -
7Sebastian Larsson 90 0 0 0 - -
8Craig Gardner 90 0 0 0 - -
9Steven Fletcher 82 0 0 0 - -
11Adam Johnson 61 0 0 0 - -
12Ondrej Celustka 90 0 0 0 - -
16John O'Shea 90 0 0 0 - -
23Emanuele Giaccherini 61 0 0 0 - -
29Valentin Roberge 90 0 1 0 - -
33Lee Cattermole 90 0 0 0 - -
14Jack Colback 29 0 0 0 - -
17Jozy Altidore 8 0 0 0 - -
31Fabio Borini 29 0 0 0 - -
Swansea City vs. Sunderland
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Swansea City 4-0 Sunderland
90' Half Over  Swansea City 4-0 Sunderland
90' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
90' Foul  Dyer fouled by Jack Colback (Sunderland)
90' Throw-In  Neil Taylor (Swansea City)
90' Offside  Álvaro (Swansea City)
86' Foul  Britton fouled by Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland)
86' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
84' Offside  Jozy Altidore (Sunderland)
84' Shot  Jozy Altidore (Sunderland)
83' Throw-In  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
83' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
82' Substitution  Jozy Altidore (on). Fletcher (off). (Sunderland)
81' Substitution  Álex Pozuelo (on). Routledge (off). (Swansea City)
80' Own Goal  Steven Fletcher (Swansea City)
80' Shot on Goal  Chico (Swansea City)
80' Corner Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - On Target
80' Shot on Goal  Michu (Swansea City)
80' Cross  Neil Taylor (Swansea City) - On Target
79' Shot on Goal  Fabio Borini (Sunderland)
79' Foul  Cattermole fouled by Wayne Routledge (Swansea City)
75' Substitution  Álvaro (on). Bony (off). (Swansea City)
75' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
74' Cross  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Directly Out
74' Corner Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Defended by Keeper
73' Foul  Amat fouled by Fabio Borini (Sunderland)
72' Offside  Michu (Swansea City)
69' Foul  Michu fouled by Lee Cattermole (Sunderland)
68' Throw-In  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
68' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
67' Foul  De Guzmán fouled by Jack Colback (Sunderland)
66' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland) - Completed Pass
66' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland)
66' Foul  Celustka fouled by Neil Taylor (Swansea City)
64' Penalty Goal  Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)
64' Shot on Goal  Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)
64' Free Kick  Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)
64' Foul  Britton fouled by Craig Gardner (Sunderland)
64' Corner Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
63' Shot on Goal  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
63' Cross  Leon Britton (Swansea City)
63' Corner Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Headed Out - In Play
62' Cross  Nathan Dyer (Swansea City) - Clearance Out of Play
62' Goal Kick  Michel Vorm (Swansea City)
62' Shot  Fabio Borini (Sunderland)
61' Substitution  Jack Colback (on). Giaccherini (off). (Sunderland)
61' Substitution  Fabio Borini (on). Johnson (off). (Sunderland)
61' Shot  Valentin Roberge (Sunderland)
61' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland) - Off Target
61' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland)
60' Foul  Johnson fouled by Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
58' Goal  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City). Assist by Routledge
58' Shot on Goal  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
57' Own Goal  Phil Bardsley (Swansea City)
57' Shot  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
57' Corner Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Off Target
56' Shot on Goal  Nathan Dyer (Swansea City)
56' Foul  Fletcher fouled by Chico (Swansea City)
55' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
55' Shot  Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)
55' Cross  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City) - Off Target
54' Foul  Fletcher fouled by Chico (Swansea City)
53' Foul  Routledge fouled by Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
53' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
52' Shot  Michu (Swansea City)
51' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
51' Substitution  Neil Taylor (on). Davies (off). (Swansea City)
50' Corner Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
50' Cross  Michu (Swansea City) - Clearance Out of Play
49' Offside  Emanuele Giaccherini (Sunderland)
48' Foul  Larsson fouled by Wayne Routledge (Swansea City)
48' Shot  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
48' Cross  Emanuele Giaccherini (Sunderland) - Off Target
47' Goal Kick  Michel Vorm (Swansea City)
47' Corner Kick  Adam Johnson (Sunderland) - Headed Out - In Play
46' Cross  Emanuele Giaccherini (Sunderland) - Clearance Out of Play
46' Start Half 
45' Half Over  Swansea City 0-0 Sunderland
45' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland) - Defended by Keeper
45' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland)
45' Yellow Card  Chico (Swansea City)
45' Foul  Johnson fouled by Chico (Swansea City)
45' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
45' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
45' Cross  Ben Davies (Swansea City) - Intercepted
45' Throw-In  Wayne Routledge (Swansea City)
44' Shot  Chico (Swansea City)
44' Shot  Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)
44' Cross  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Off Target
44' Free Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
43' Yellow Card  Valentin Roberge (Sunderland)
42' Foul  Michu fouled by Valentin Roberge (Sunderland)
40' Foul  Michu fouled by Valentin Roberge (Sunderland)
40' Cross  Adam Johnson (Sunderland) - Clearance In Play
39' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
38' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
37' Cross  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City) - Defended
37' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
36' Shot  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
35' Foul  Giaccherini fouled by Leon Britton (Swansea City)
33' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
33' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
33' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
32' Shot  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
32' Free Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
31' Foul  Bony fouled by Craig Gardner (Sunderland)
31' Shot  Wayne Routledge (Swansea City)
30' Throw-In  Chico (Swansea City)
30' Foul  Chico fouled by Steven Fletcher (Sunderland)
29' Throw-In  Ben Davies (Swansea City)
28' Corner Kick  Ben Davies (Swansea City) - Defended by Keeper
27' Offside  Steven Fletcher (Sunderland)
26' Throw-In  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
26' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
26' Foul  Michu fouled by Craig Gardner (Sunderland)
24' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland) - Defended by Keeper
24' Cross  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland) - Completed Pass
24' Cross  Nathan Dyer (Swansea City) - Defended
23' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
22' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
22' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
21' Cross  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Completed Pass
20' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
20' Cross  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City) - Overhit
19' Throw-In  Ben Davies (Swansea City)
17' Foul  Cattermole fouled by Michu (Swansea City)
16' Throw-In  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
15' Cross  Ben Davies (Swansea City) - Completed Pass
14' Foul  Fletcher fouled by Amat (Swansea City)
13' Offside  Steven Fletcher (Sunderland)
13' Goal Kick  Michel Vorm (Swansea City)
13' Shot  Steven Fletcher (Sunderland)
12' Corner Kick  Adam Johnson (Sunderland) - Off Target
12' Cross  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland) - Clearance Out of Play
12' Free Kick  Sebastian Larsson (Sunderland)
11' Foul  Johnson fouled by Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
11' Throw-In  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
11' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
10' Cross  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Directly Out
10' Free Kick  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City)
10' Yellow Card  Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
10' Foul  Dyer fouled by Phil Bardsley (Sunderland)
9' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
8' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
7' Cross  Jonathan De Guzmán (Swansea City) - Defended by Keeper
4' Offside  Steven Fletcher (Sunderland)
4' Foul  Cattermole fouled by Wilfried Bony (Swansea City)
3' Throw-In  Ondrej Celustka (Sunderland)
2' Goal Kick  Keiren Westwood (Sunderland)
1' Throw-In  Ángel Rangel (Swansea City)
1' Start Half 
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