Ratings: Swansea City 3-3 Blues

A thrilling 6 goal encounter in South Wales saw Blues come away with a point, having played the whole second half with 10 men. There will be some disappointment in the Blues camp though having been 3-2 up with 20 seconds left. Here are my player ratings from the game.

Starting XI

Lee Camp

An interesting game for Lee Camp. Made an awful mistake for the Swansea first goal, diving out of the way of Daniel James' shot. Then in the second half he goes on and produces two brilliant saves. Needs consistency.

6
Maxime Colin

Battled well. Difficult evening, especially having to cover the left back role in the second half but he stood up to his task well.

6
Harlee Dean

A good performance from Harlee, however he will be frustrated that he once again let his man get across him for the Swansea equaliser. Won almost everything in the air.

6
Michael Morrison

Another goal to add to the collection, he’s making a good habit of getting himself in the right place at the right time this season. I’m not entirely sure how his header went in, but they all count!

6
Kristian Pedersen

Gave him teammates an uphill task after picking up a second booking in the first half. It was a needless red card, two very silly challenges - he’ll be very disappointed in himself.

4
Jota

Following Pedersen’s red card, Jota had to do a lot more defensive work in the second half - and he did it very well! He looked dangerous on the ball going forward. A good performance from the Spaniard.

7
Maikel Kieftenbeld

Booked by referee Stephen Martin, for a fantastic challenge. Overall though Dutch Mike was excellent; he has a helpless task in the second half as the lone midfielder against two Swansea midfielders and he more than held his own. Made one great tackle to set Blues on the attack for Adams goal.

7
Craig Gardner

Looked composed on the ball. So very nearly fell nicely for him on the edge of the box on a couple of occasions. Taken off at half time following the Pedersen red card.

6
Jacques Maghoma

A much improved performance from Maghoma after recent weeks. He took his goal nicely in the first half, and was constantly looking to run at the Swansea defence in the second half. Let’s hope he can keep up this form now.

7
Che Adams - Man of the Match

He just gets better and better as each game passes. Put Blues 3-2 up with an absolutely magnificent 25 yard strike, which will no doubt have impressed the several clubs watching him. Worked tirelessly for the team yet again.

8
Lukas Jutkiewicz

Worked hard for Blues in the first half. Didn’t quite get going in the second half and was taken off for Vassell just after Swansea made it 2-1.

6

Substitutes

Wes Harding
Came on to fill in at right back in a defensive reshuffle after Pedersen’s red card. Harding worked hard but struggled up against Montero late on, he sometimes let the Swansea winger get the ball across too easily.
6
Isaac Vassell
Another 30 minutes on the long road to recovery for Isaac. He looks dangerous when he’s on the ball, but you can see that there’s still work to be done with his recovery. Outmuscled quite easily at times by the Swansea defence.
6
Gary Gardner
Came on late on to help out defensively. No major impact on the game.
6

Fans

Attendance: 18,194 – 800 Away Fans

Swansea City Fans

Not the loudest of evenings at the Liberty Stadium. Swansea supporters were, on a whole, very quiet throughout. A lot left early and didn't catch the late equaliser.

5