Swansea produced a sublime performance in the second half to produce one of the comeback football scores of the weekend in the Championship. Andreas Weimann put the visitors in front with his 15th of the season in the 42nd minute before Michael Obafemi equalized in the 54th minute. Cyrus Christie put them in front in the 79th minute before Joel Piroe sealed the three points in the fourth minute of stoppage time.
Swansea’s Russell Martin: “I went to a game on Saturday where a team that really trusts in the process of what they’re doing stuck at it after a really difficult period. It was the Welsh rugby match and the crowd helped them. The second half here felt like that. The crowd was massive, they played their part and fed off the team’s energy. It makes such a huge difference. In the last two games, especially in the second half, the way the team and the fans have connected has been hugely important.”
Bristol City’s Nigel Pearson: “It’s not unlucky when you defend like that, you get what you deserve. All three goals were poor, individuals, flimsy defending. You can’t give players desire. We get in front and concede three c**p goals. We’re good going forward but we might have to make changes. We’ve got players who between now and the end of the season we’ll see if they’re good enough to be here next year if I’m the manager or anybody else.”
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