Sousa Disappointed With Only A Point
Swansea City manager Paulo Sousa was disappointed to see his side only pick up one point away at Peterborough United this afternoon.
His side completely dominated the opening half as the hosts struggled to get a single shot on goal, but we couldn't convert our possession into a deserved goal.
And for that we paid the price, as the home team came out for the second period a much improved outfit, and the Swans struggled. We conceded a goal from a long throw-in but super substitute Lee Trundle came on to strike two fantastic goals.
We were seconds from victory, but Mclean equalised in the 5th minute of injury time, even though only 4 were given.
Sousa told BBC that his side must show more maturity:
'There was only one team with the mentality to win the game, we produced all the football and did everything we could to get the three points.
'I do not feel we deserved to be behind anyway. Anything can happen at a throw-in like the one for their first goal and in my opinion there was a foul on Gorka Pintado from behind.
'It is not a fair goal but my team showed a good reaction to come back and score two goals to get ourselves ahead.
'But we have to show more maturity after making such a big effort. It is very disappointing to leave with only one point.'
Sousa made four changes to his team and prior to kick off some fans questioned his decisions. Alan Tate and Garry Monk were out injured so Albert Serran was given his first start of the season.
He was also without Craig Beattie and Leon Britton. Nathan Dyer was dropped in place of Tom Butler and Jordi Lopez started in midfield.