150 Premier League matches: Swans 1 Man City 0
6th May 2015
With just three games left to play this season, it has been another memorable campaign for Swansea City.
Aside from achieving their highest ever points total and the possibility of their highest league finish, the Swans have also enjoyed a number of unforgettable wins since winning promotion to the Barclays Premier League in 2011.
Next Monday's game against Arsenal on May 11 will be our 150th Premier League match and to mark the occasion we have selected eight of the most memorable wins to look back on.
The next match in this special feature comes from March 2012 as the Swans welcomed title-chasing Manchester City to SA1...
Swans 1-0 Manchester City
Liberty Stadium - Sunday, 11 March 2012
A late goal from substitute Luke Moore handed Swansea City a famous victory as Manchester City's title hopes were dealt a severe blow.
The home side were handed a great chance to take the lead early on as Wayne Routledge was tripped in the box, but Scott Sinclair's penalty was saved by Joe Hart.
The Swans were dominant in the first period; hart saving again from Routledge before Danny Graham shot wide after good work from Gylfi Sigurdsson.
City were restricted to half chances as Yaya Toure and David Silva fumbled shots wide and the enigmatic Mario Balotelli tried his luck from the halfway line with a wayward effort.
Roberto Mancini even went to the lengths of making a first-half tactical substitution, as £35m striker Sergio Aguero was introduced in place of Gareth Barry in an effort to spark the visitors into life.
But it was to no avail as Swansea continued to create the better chances and Graham's low driven ball across the six-yard box should have been tapped in by Joe Allen but the Swans midfielder just failed to connect.
Then, with virtually his first touch of the game after replacing Graham, Luke Moore claimed victory when he headed in at the far post with seven minutes remaining.
Mancini's men responded as Micah Richards had a snapshot well saved by Michel Vorm before the England defender had a header ruled out for offside in stoppage time.
The Swans held firm to claim not only a famous scalp, but almost certainly their Premier League status too - with 10 games still remaining.
SWANS: Vorm, Rangel, Caulker, Williams, Taylor, Britton, Allen, Routledge (Monk, 87), Sinclair, Sigurdsson, Graham (Moore, 79).
MAN CITY: Hart, Richards, Savic, Clichy, Kolo Toure, Barry (Aguero, 37), Nasri, Silva (Dzeko, 87), De Jong (Johnson, 84), Yaya Toure, Balotelli.