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  • Date:01 Sep 2012
  • Kick-off:15:00
  • Venue:Liberty Stadium
  • Attendance:20,350
  • Routledge (45)
    Michu (65)
  • Fletcher (39) Fletcher (45)
Goal!

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93mins

Fraizer Campbell takes a shot. Blocked by Alan Tate.

91mins

Corner taken by Jonathan de Guzman played to the near post, clearance by Craig Gardner.

90mins

Jonathan de Guzman takes a inswinging corner from the left by-line played to the near post, Craig Gardner manages to make a clearance.

86mins

Jonathan de Guzman takes a shot. Blocked by Carlos Cuellar. Nathan Dyer produces a right-footed shot from deep inside the penalty area which goes wide of the left-hand post.

86mins

Nathan Dyer crosses the ball, clearance made by John O'Shea.

84mins

Corner taken by Jonathan de Guzman played to the near post.

84mins

Fraizer Campbell comes on in place of Stephane Sessegnon.

83mins

The ball is swung over by James McClean, save by Michel Vorm.

80mins

Stephane Sessegnon challenges Sung-Yeung Ki unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Alan Tate.

79mins

The ball is delivered by Craig Gardner, save by Michel Vorm.

78mins

Sung-Yeung Ki on for Miguel Michu.

70mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Chico on Louis Saha. Chico is sent off by the referee for serious foul play. Alan Tate is brought on as a substitute for Wayne Routledge. Free kick crossed by Sebastian Larsson.

69mins

Louis Saha challenges Chico unfairly and gives away a free kick. Chico takes the free kick.

67mins

Steven Fletcher leaves the field to be replaced by Louis Saha.

66mins

The ball is sent over by Jonathan de Guzman, Miguel Michu finds the back of the net with a headed goal from inside the penalty box. Swansea 2-2 Sunderland.Assist by Jonathan de Guzman.

64mins

Inswinging corner taken by Jonathan de Guzman from the left by-line, save made by Simon Mignolet.

64mins

Foul by Stephane Sessegnon on Nathan Dyer, free kick awarded. Jonathan de Guzman restarts play with the free kick.

63mins

The ball is delivered by Jonathan de Guzman, Miguel Michu has a header from inside the six-yard box and clears the crossbar.

63mins

Corner taken right-footed by Jonathan de Guzman, Simon Mignolet makes a save.

62mins

Foul by James McClean on Jonathan de Guzman, free kick awarded. Angel Rangel restarts play with the free kick.

62mins

A cross is delivered by Angel Rangel, David Meyler makes a clearance.

57mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Craig Gardner on Danny Graham. Direct effort from the free kick comes in from Jonathan de Guzman, save made by Simon Mignolet. Angel Rangel takes a shot. Blocked by Carlos Cuellar.

56mins

Nathan Dyer challenges David Meyler unfairly and gives away a free kick. Simon Mignolet takes the direct free kick.

55mins

Steven Fletcher fouled by Ashley Williams, the ref awards a free kick. Ashley Williams booked for unsporting behaviour. Direct free kick taken by John O'Shea.

55mins

The ball is delivered by Angel Rangel, blocked by Jack Colback. Angel Rangel delivers the ball, John O'Shea makes a clearance.

53mins

The ball is crossed by Angel Rangel, clearance made by David Meyler.

53mins

Nathan Dyer takes a shot. Save by Simon Mignolet.

51mins

The referee gives a free kick against Angel Rangel for handball. Sebastian Larsson crosses the ball, Steven Fletcher fires in a goal from close in low into the middle of the goal. Swansea 1-2 Sunderland.Sebastian Larsson provided the assist for the goal.

51mins

Miguel Michu gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Adam Johnson. Free kick crossed left-footed by Adam Johnson, clearance by Ben Davies.

50mins

The ball is swung over by Stephane Sessegnon, Angel Rangel makes a clearance.

49mins

Outswinging corner taken from the right by-line by Jonathan de Guzman, Shot from deep inside the area by Leon Britton clears the bar.

49mins

A cross is delivered by Angel Rangel, clearance made by David Meyler.

48mins

The ball is delivered by Angel Rangel.

48mins

Adam Johnson sends in a cross, clearance made by Chico.

48mins

Ben Davies produces a cross.

47mins

Leon Britton concedes a free kick for a foul on David Meyler. Free kick taken by Sebastian Larsson.

46mins

Free kick awarded for a foul by Wayne Routledge on David Meyler. Direct free kick taken by Craig Gardner.

46mins

Wayne Routledge finds the net with a goal from close range high into the middle of the goal. Swansea 1-1 Sunderland.Assist by Nathan Dyer.

45mins

The ball is crossed by Nathan Dyer, clearance by Craig Gardner.

43mins

Centre by Stephane Sessegnon, Close range effort by James McClean clears the crossbar.

42mins

Wayne Routledge crosses the ball.

40mins

Steven Fletcher fires in a goal from inside the penalty area to the bottom left corner of the goal. Swansea 0-1 Sunderland.

39mins

The ball is swung over by Ben Davies.

38mins

Lee Cattermole leaves the field to be replaced by David Meyler.

38mins

Miguel Michu takes a shot. John O'Shea gets a block in.

32mins

A cross is delivered by Wayne Routledge.

32mins

Corner taken right-footed by Jonathan de Guzman, clearance by John O'Shea.

32mins

Angel Rangel delivers the ball, Craig Gardner manages to make a clearance.

30mins

Lee Cattermole concedes a free kick for a foul on Wayne Routledge. Ashley Williams takes the free kick.

30mins

Nathan Dyer challenges Jack Colback unfairly and gives away a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Jack Colback.

27mins

Angel Rangel crosses the ball, clearance made by John O'Shea.

23mins

Wayne Routledge fouled by Craig Gardner, the ref awards a free kick. Craig Gardner is shown a yellow card for unsporting behaviour. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Jonathan de Guzman, save by Simon Mignolet.

22mins

Nathan Dyer takes a shot. Save made by Simon Mignolet.

22mins

Jonathan de Guzman takes a shot. Blocked by Carlos Cuellar.

21mins

Ben Davies sends in a cross, Carlos Cuellar manages to make a clearance.

16mins

Neil Taylor concedes a free kick for a foul on Craig Gardner. Neil Taylor leaves the field to be replaced by Ben Davies. Free kick crossed left-footed by Adam Johnson from right wing, save made by Michel Vorm.

15mins

Adam Johnson fouled by Neil Taylor, the ref awards a free kick. Craig Gardner takes the free kick.

11mins

Angel Rangel sends in a cross, comfortable save by Simon Mignolet.

10mins

Neil Taylor produces a left-footed shot from just outside the box that goes wide right of the target.

8mins

Nathan Dyer takes a shot. Simon Mignolet makes a comfortable save.

7mins

Wayne Routledge gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Lee Cattermole. Lee Cattermole takes the free kick.

5mins

The ball is swung over by Neil Taylor, Craig Gardner manages to make a clearance.

3mins

Simon Mignolet takes the direct free kick.

2mins

Jonathan de Guzman crosses the ball, clearance by Carlos Cuellar.

2mins

Corner taken by Jonathan de Guzman from the right by-line to the near post, clearance by Carlos Cuellar.

1mins

Ashley Williams gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Steven Fletcher. Sebastian Larsson restarts play with the free kick.

Match Preview

Ki impressed by Swansea's style Ki Sung-yueng is looking forward to being part of Swansea's "lovely football" as he prepares for his Premier League debut against Sunderland. The 23-year-old South Korea midfielder sealed his switch from Celtic last week, and made a solid debut in the midweek Capital One Cup success over Barnsley. He is now set for a maiden appearance in the English top-flight against the Black Cats at the Liberty Stadium, as Swansea go in search of a third-consecutive league win after making an encouraging start to life under Michael Laudrup. And Ki cannot wait to get involved, having been impressed by Swansea's passing style when Celtic faced the Welsh club in a friendly last summer. He said: "I played against Swansea in a friendly last season and I was very impressed by the style of football they played and they did very well last season, so the main reason I came here is the lovely football they play. "The way they keep the ball, it's the way I try to play football and that's the main reason I came. "Michael was a big attraction for me, and it was always my target to play in the Premier League since I was young. Michael was one of the best players in the world so I want to learn a lot from him." Ki may have to settle for a bench role on Saturday, with the triumvirate of Jonathan de Guzman, Leon Britton and Michu having impressed. And the Olympic bronze medallist accepts that it will take him time to settle at his new club. "I know I will need some time to adapt to my new team, they have done very well in the first two games and they are looking for another win this weekend," he said. "I am not sure I will start, but it does not matter if I get a chance I have to make sure I am in the team as quickly as possible and I am confident I can fit into this team." Sunderland opened the campaign with a creditable 0-0 draw at Arsenal, but saw last weekend's first home fixture against Reading washed out. Swansea's league start, however, has been even more impressive, a 5-0 away win at QPR and a 3-0 home victory over West Ham building on last season's success despite Brendan Rodgers' departure and the subsequent arrival of Michael Laudrup in his place. Boss Martin O'Neill said: "He was a fantastic footballer, one of the best and from all accounts, he is a highly intelligent man who will know that not making sweeping changes is the way to go, particularly if something has been working so well for the football club. "The results seem to suggest that he knows what he's doing." O'Neill has challenged new boys Adam Johnson and Steven Fletcher to reward his faith in them by bringing goals. Black Cats owner Ellis Short spent in excess of #20million on the pair last Friday in an effort to significantly increase the club's firepower with England international Johnson recruited to provide the ammunition for Scot Fletcher and Stephane Sessegnon, who responded by signing a contract extension. However, while O'Neill was thrilled to land both of his top summer targets within hours, he knows the investment will count for little if they do not produce the goods on the pitch. He said: "At the moment, you would have to say it's still potential because we have still to go and prove that we are capable of scoring goals in the big league. "I think we are. We have got some alternatives, we can attack from different areas of the field and that's all very, very encouraging. "Of course, you need players to stay fit, but if they did do, I think we can cause problems."

Formation:451Manager: Michael Laudrup

Swansea

Formation: 442Manager: Martin O'Neill

Sunderland

  • Michel Vorm
  • Angel Rangel
  • Ashley Williams
  • Chico
  • Neil Taylor
  • Nathan Dyer
  • Leon Britton
  • Jonathan de Guzman
  • Wayne Routledge
  • Miguel Michu
  • Danny Graham
  • SUBS
  • Gerhard Tremmel
  • Alan Tate
  • Itay Shechter
  • Luke Moore
  • Sung-Yeung Ki
  • Kemy Agustien
  • Ben Davies

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Form Guide

    WW
  • Swansea
  • VS
  • Sunderland
  • D

Last Meetings

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  • 0 - 0
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  • 1 - 1
  • Swansea
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  • Swansea
  • 3 - 0
  • Sunderland
  • 06/11/1982
  • Sunderland
  • 0 - 1
  • Swansea
  • 20/02/1982
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Top Scorers

Swansea

  • MP Michu 3
  • N Dyer 2
  • D Graham 1
  • S Sinclair 1
  • A Rangel 1

Sunderland

    Goals

    Swansea

      • Total goals 8
      • Goals per game 8
    • 1 (For) Period 0-10 mins
    • 1 (For) Period 11-20 mins
    • 1 (For) Period 21-30 mins
    • 1 (For) Period 51-60 mins
    • 2 (For) Period 61-70 mins
    • 1 (For) Period 71-80 mins
    • 1 (For) Period 81-90 mins

    Sunderland

      • Total goals NaN
      • Goals per game

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