150 Premier League matches: Swans 3 Arsenal 2

5th 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 second match in this special feature comes from January 2012 as the Swans toasted a historic victory over Arsenal...

Swansea City 3-2 Arsenal
Liberty Stadium - Sunday, 15 January 2012
The Swans produced a stylish performance to pile more pressure on Arsenal in an enthralling contest at the Liberty Stadium.
Arsene Wenger's side took an early lead in SA1 as Robin van Persie fired past Michel Vorm from a tight angle.
However, the hosts responded well and drew level on 16 minutes as Nathan Dyer was tripped by Aaron Ramsey inside the box, and Scott Sinclair stepped up to coolly slot past Wojciech Szczesny.
Nathan Dyer gave Swansea a deserved lead after the break with a well-taken finish from just outside the penalty area, but Theo Walcott equalised for Arsenal with a finish finish over Michel Vorm.
But less than a minute later, the Swans dealt Arsenal a hammer blow as substitute Gylfi Sigurdsson sent Danny Graham clear and the striker produced a superb finish past Szczesny from a tight angle.
The Gunners railed late on - even introducing Thierry Henry from the bench - but the Swans held firm to claim a memorable win in their maiden Premier League season.

SWANS: Vorm, Williams, Taylor, Caulker, Rangel, Britton, Sinclair, Dyer (Routledge, 81), Allen, Agustien (Sigurdsson, 46), Graham (Lita, 90).

ARSENAL: Szczesny, Mertesacker (Oxlade-Chamberlain, 77), Koscielny, Djourou, Miquel, Walcott, Ramsey, Song, Arshavin (Henry, 63), Benayoun (Rosicky, 63), Van Persie.

Attendance: 20,409