Battling qualities please Jack Cork
20th September 2015
Jack Cork felt the Swans' battling qualities were a big positive to take from the entertaining 0-0 draw with Everton.
After losing 1-0 at Watford last week, Garry Monk's side put in a much improved performance against an Everton side that had beaten Chelsea 3-1 in their previous game.
Both teams created chances, with Romelu Lukaku seeing his effort cleared off the line by Ashley Williams while, at the other end, Bafe Gomis missed the Swans' best chance after latching onto Gareth Barry's misdirected header.
And Cork was encouraged by the home side's reaction to last weekend's setback.
"It was a good game for a nil-nil draw - both teams gave it their all," he said.
"We battled well all game. At times our play was not as good as it has been in previous games this season, but we just wanted to put in a good performance and work hard because we were disappointed with the result against Watford last week.
"We put in a better performance but we were missing the end quality in the final third that we had in the first few games."