Match Report: Stoke City 2-1 Swansea City

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Swansea City look more ready at the beginning of the game, some golden opportunities to get, first through Gylfi Sigurdsson who are free in the penalty box Stoke City but unfortunately his touch was too hard so the chance is wasted.

Then there's Ki Sung-Yueng who lived opposite one on one with the keeper after getting feedback from Gylfi Sigurdsson measurable but unfortunately shot players from South Korea still leads to Asmir Begovic.

Luck obtained by The Swans, after Ryan Shawcross violate Wilfried Bony in the box and the striker was without fault ensuring his team ahead with a penalty goal in the 34th minute.

However, nine minutes later, the referee pointed to the spot and this time to the host after Victor Moses was brought down in the penalty area considered. Charlie Adam who became executor successfully conquered Fabianski to equalize the score.

In the second half, the hosts played angresif to continue to put pressure on the defense squad upbringing Garry Monk. However, Swansea had stolen a golden opportunity in the 66th minute through Ki, but back he successfully thwarted efforts by Begovic.

Stoke finally managed to wrap up the victory when Jonathan Walters welcomes feedback corner kick with a header Oussama Assaidi hard when the game leaving less than ten minutes.

These results make Stoke moved to the top ten Premier League standings, while Swansea stuck in the top eight.


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