First-half display cost us, says Vorm

5th April
Michel Vorm pointed to a poor first-half performance as the key reason behind the Swans' defeat at Hull.
George Boyd's 39th-minute header proved the difference at the KC Stadium as the Swans tasted their first defeat in three games.
This loss left Garry Monk's side six points off 18th-placed Fulham, who climbed off the bottom with a 2-1 win at Aston Villa, with five games remaining.
And Vorm, who had kept the Swans on level terms thanks to a fine reflex save to deny Shane Long from six yards out, admitted it was a below-par performance.
"We said before the game that if we can't win it then we don't lose it, but from the first minute you couldn't tell that we really wanted to win today and it cost us," said Vorm.
"We can't begin games like we did today. The way we played in the first half is something we can't afford to repeat.   
"We had to better in the second half, which we did, but our final pass was just not good enough.
"The trip the fans made today - six hours just to get here. We play for them and it was very disappointing that we didn't turn it around after the break.
"It was a disappointing team performance. I don't understand it because we know what we are fighting for."
The Dutch international added: "It's getting tighter at the bottom and we have some tough games to go, but it's still in our hands.
"We have to pick up some points as the teams around us are also battling so hard to get out of trouble."