A dramatic comeback from 2-0 down saw Stuart Reid’s Swansea steal the three points in some style. Swansea dominated the first-half but were punished by the referee for a push in the box, leading to a Mahrez penalty to make it 1-0 to Leicester.
Leicester doubled their lead just three minutes later with a fantastically worked goal.
On the stroke of half-time, Swansea saw a glimmer of hope as Abraham whipped a free kick over the wall and into the net, with Schmeichel definitely having a nightmare.
Half-time must’ve seen a fantastic team-talk from Reid as Swansea always looked like scoring the next goal, and they were rewarded when Narsingh played a fantastic cross for impact substitute Ayew to head home with 25 minutes to play.
It was Ayew who was the hero with the winner just six minutes from time to seal the win for Reid’s men.
A superb performance and a tactical masterclass that proves to be a valuable three points that keeps Swansea out the relegation zone.