BLAST FROM THE PAST: Swans v Leicester

24th October 2014

Swansea City 2 Leicester City 0 - Liberty Stadium - October 23, 2010
The Swans helped to condemn Sven-Goran Eriksson to his first defeat as Leicester manager with the help of loanee Marvin Emnes. 
Emnes - on as a half-time substitute - took just four minutes to score his first goal for the club as he raced cleared before shooting low past Chris Weale.
The Dutchman then played the role of provider as he set up Scott Sinclair in injury-time to seal another three points for Brendan Rodgers' side.
The result was the first time Swansea had beaten Leicester in nine meetings - a run stretching back to 1956. 

SWANS: De Vries, Williams, Tate, Monk, Rangel, Pratley, Orlandi (Agustien, 69), Dyer, Sinclair, Allen (Serran, 90), Dobbie (Emnes, 46).

LEICESTER: Weale, Naughton, Davies (Morrison, 67), Hobbs, Oakley, King (Waghorn, 70), Dyer, Wellens, Moussa (Abe, 58), Cunningham, Fryatt.

Attendance: 14,651