Draw a fair result, says Angel
11th April 2015
Angel Rangel felt a draw was a fair result after the Swans fought from a goal down to draw 1-1 with Everton at the Liberty Stadium.
Monk's men equalled their best-ever Premier League total of 47 points after Jonjo Shelvey equalised from the penalty spot following Aaron Lennon's first-half opener.
After a bright start to proceedings, the Swans suffered a setback when Bafe Gomis was forced off through injury before Lennon put the Toffees in front before half-time.
But the Swans showed character to battle back and Shelvey levelled the scores with a well-taken penalty after Seamus Coleman handled in the box.
And despite being unable to surpass their record points total in the Premier League in front of their home fans, Rangel felt Monk's men could be pleased with their overall performance.
"It was a fair result," said the Spanish right-back. "We started on the front foot and were in control for the first half an hour.
"We created a couple of half chances, but they used their experience and found a goal, which we were a bit disappointed with.
"We pushed forward in the second half and deserved our goal, but it was an even game - I think a point is good and fair.
"We wanted to make history and break the 47-point mark, but it was a difficult game against an experienced side. Overall, I think we can be happy with the second half performance.
"We have six games to go and a lot of points to play for. Hopefully we can get a few more points and make some more history."