Swansea Beat West Brom To Go 10th
4th February 2012
Danny Graham and Gylfi Sigurdsson helped give Swansea City their second away win of the season to put them up to 10th in the Premier League table.
All goals came within a five minute spell early in the second half. Marc-Antoine Fortune opened the scoring for the home side following a corner. Olsson flicked on the cross and Fortune was there to fire home.
The Baggies' lead barely lasted a minute though as new loan signing Gylfi Sigurdsson scored the equaliser before assisting the winner that soon followed.
Sigurdsson scored from Taylor's cross before setting up Graham to grab the winner moments later.
The Swans had just over half an hour to hold on to their lead, and the vital 3 points puts them up into the top half of the table and ten points clear of the relegation zone.
Brendan Rodgers' side seem to have overcome their difficulties away from home, as they previously struggled to pick up important points on their travels. However, Swansea City have turned a corner in the New Year with wins at Aston Villa and today at West Brom.