Keshi Anderson scored a late equalizer as Blackpool secured one of the low-scoring football results of the weekend in the Championship. It was an even contest for most of the game with the hosts taking the lead thanks to John Piroe. Anderson finished brilliantly with four minutes left on the clock to ensure a share of the spoils. He could have won the game for the visitors but his shot was cleared off the line by Ryan Manning.
Swansea’s Russell Martin: “We should have had two penalties which would have changed the game but I don’t want to come out here and blame the referee because we conceded a really poor goal and that’s on us not him.” he added. “I don’t know what Ethan needs to do to get a penalty. It was the same against Bournemouth. We’ve got a list and compilation of videos where we should have had penalties. We’ll send another one-off today because it can’t keep happening.”
Blackpool’s Neil Critchley: “You know what you are going to face when you come to Swansea.” he added. “An outstanding strike was the difference at half time and I thought in the second half we showed outstanding courage and bravery to take the game to Swansea. At times we were on top with the ball and we were making them do what they don’t want to do which was work and defend. We weren’t getting to the goal as much as I would have wanted but whilst it’s 1-0 there’s always a chance of a set-piece goal like we got or a moment of brilliance.”
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