Ki targets another "special" win
18th February 2015
Ki Sung-Yueng wants a repeat of the "special" victory over Manchester United as the Swans aim for their first league double over the Red Devils this Saturday.
The South Korean skipper scored the first goal of the Barclays Premier League season back in August as the Swans opened their campaign with a memorable 2-1 win at Old Trafford.
Gylfi Sigurdsson's second-half strike ensured the Swans made a perfect start as they claimed a first league victory at the famous venue, with Garry Monk's side going on to win their next two top-flight matches.
And with Louis van Gaal's side visiting the Liberty this Saturday, Ki is hoping for the same outcome.
"It was a special win for the team and a special goal for myself," said Ki, whose goal at Old Trafford was his first for the Swans.
"It gave us confidence. People thought they would win the game, but the result ended differently.
"They are the biggest team in the league, but we are strong at home and can get the result.
"We've already experienced against teams like Arsenal that we can hurt big teams, especially with the support we have from our fans.
"It will be a challenge, but we won't be afraid. We might suffer during the game because of their quality, but we know we will have chances to score and we must take them like we did at Old Trafford in August."