Fabianski: Plenty of positives

13th September 2014

Lukasz Fabianski insisted there were plenty of positives despite Swansea City suffering their first defeat of the season against Chelsea.
The Swans went down 4-2 at Stamford Bridge despite taking an early lead courtesy of John Terry's own goal.
Chelsea's summer signing Diego Costa levelled the scores before the break before the Spanish international stole the show by adding two more for his first hat-trick in English football.
Loic Remy grabbed a fourth for the home side before Jonjo Shelvey pulled a goal back for the visitors late on.
But despite the defeat - and seeing the Swans lose their perfect record this season - Fabianski insists there were still a number of positives to take from Stamford Bridge.

"We had a good chance to equalise at 2-1 when Bafe went in on goal and shot wide," he said. "If that had gone in then who knows what would have happened.
"We'll have to look at both the positives and negatives and draw some smart conclusions from there, but we did well.
"In the first half I thought we dominated the game. We created lots of chances and probably shocked them with how well we were playing.
"But we were hanging on a little in the closing stages of the first half as they had more possession and crosses in the box.
"It isn't a good time to concede and in the second half Chelsea pushed a lot harder."