150 Premier League matches: Swans 3 West Brom 0

4th 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 first match in this special feature comes from September 2011 as the Swans toasted their first Premier League victory...

Swans 3-0 West Brom
Liberty Stadium - Saturday, 17 September 2011
The Swans secured their first win in the Premier League with a comfortable victory over West Brom at the Liberty.
The home side started well and took a deserved lead after 13 minutes as Scott Sinclair netted from the penalty spot after Joe Allen was tripped in the box.
Swansea doubled their lead shortly after thanks to a Leroy Lita header, before Nathan Dyer sealed the win early in the second half with a cool finish.

SWANS: Vorm, Willians, Taylor (Bessone, 85), Monk, Rangel, Britton, Sinclair, Dyer (Routledge, 71), Allen, Gower, Lita (Moore, 71).

WEST BROM: Foster, Olsson, Shorey, Dawson, Morrison, Reid, Thomas (Brunt, 46), Mulumbu (Dorrans, 46), Scharner (Cox, 67), Long, Odemwingie.

Attendance: 20,341

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