Swansea – Wayne Rooney looked disappointed after Manchester United lost 1-2 in the trip to Swansea City headquarters. Manchester United captain was assessing his team performed well so decent match.
Overall, MU is more dominant in the match held at the Liberty Stadium. Ander Herrera brings the ‘Red Devils’ lead in the 28th minute, but Swansea responded through Ki Sung-yeung to balance the game two minutes later.
After halftime, the troops of Louis van Gaal was more pressing Swansea but failed to create additional goals. Meanwhile, the host counterattack successfully delivered the second goal at the same time through Bafetimbi Gomis victory after deflecting a shot Jonjo Shelvey.
As a result of this defeat, MU must be willing to go down to fourth place with a collection of 47 points, Arsenal evicted in other games beat Crystal Palace 2-1. Worse, MU threatened out of the top four because Southampton – are just one point adrift of them – will play on Sunday (22/02/2015).
“It’s disappointing after briefly losing the lead then. I think we look good, we dominated the game, especially in the second half,” said Rooney told BBC Sport. “Swansea difficult to get out of its own territory but we failed to create the second goal. They menfaatkannya and scored that smells good luck.”
“We’ve created a lot of chances, but frankly, Swansea survive in the box well. But we have to continue – this is just one of many games,” said the stocky player.
“We definitely deserved to win this game. The disappointing thing is when you play well and you do not win. But that’s football,” said Rooney.