In terms of stats from the game, the chalkboards below of attempts by half show how few attempts Norwich had in either half but in particular the second:
|First half attempts, Norwich with the better quality chances as well as the goals|
|Second half attempts, Swans with almost all the action but picked off from a free kick coming from a counter-attack|
|2nd Half Passing: Swansea with plenty of the ball but relatively little in dangerous areas with disciplined defending from Norwich|
|Take-ons by Routledge and Dyer. For Swansea as a whole they had 1 successful from 14 attempts in the first half and 3 from 9 in the second.|
|Williams allows Whittaker to cut inside to get a shot away from a better angle|
|Bassong must be credited for spotting the gap to score the header|
|Ki ends up losing Holt to give him a free header|
|Holt in front of Williams: due to their relative positioning, Holt doesn't need to be exceptionally quick, just gets in between Williams and the ball and waits for the foul.|
Despite the finger-pointing above, it's not a time for panic or rubbishing the team. Some days you make mistakes and they get punished, over the course of a season there are bound to be games after which you say 'How did that happen'.
The absence of Britton again shows his value and I was a bit surprised not to see Agustien play, either instead of De Guzman or instead of Graham with Michu as the lone striker and De Guzman as the attacking midfielder. There are plenty of positives from the second half display and another two goals for Michu.
I remember a few weeks ago seeing him being 66/1 to be top scorer in the league this season, I thought it looked a big price but didn't think that a Swans player would be top league scorer any time soon, although at this rate I may well be wrong.
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