Fabianski rues missed chances

22nd August 2015

Lukasz Fabianski admitted the Swans were left frustrated to take just a point from their visit to Sunderland on Saturday afternoon.
Garry Monk's side were held to a 1-1 draw at the Stadium of Light after Jermain Defoe's second-half equaliser cancelled out Bafe Gomis' opening strike - his third in as many games.
The Swans dominated long periods of the 90 minutes on Wearside, but were unable to secure victory, thanks to several superb stops from Sunderland stopper Costel Pantilimon.
And despite acknowledging that there were positives to take from their afternoon efforts, Fabianski admitted that he and his teammates were disappointed not to come away with victory.

"All of the lads are a bit disappointed by the final result because we had a few really good chances to put the game away, especially at the start of the second half," said the Polish international goalkeeper.
"We knew that after their recent results, the first 30 minutes of the first half was going to be difficult - a lot of aggressiveness.
But after that first 30 minutes, we were very good, and as we started to manage the game a bit better, we created chances.
"Bafe took his goal really well at an important moment, but we could've scored more though.
"We wanted to win, but the other thing that is important is that we are still unbeaten, which is a positive.
"Now we will focus on the Capital One Cup before another big game next weekend."