Lukasz Fabianski's feeling positive
12th September 2016
Lukasz Fabianski believes Swansea City will head to Southampton this weekend in good spirits following their 2-2 draw with Chelsea.
Francesco Guidolin's side came from a goal down to lead at the Liberty on Sunday thanks to goals from Gylfi Sigurdsson - from the penalty spot - and Leroy Fer, only for Diego Costa to strike late on to earn Chelsea a point.
The result handed the Swans - who went into the game on the back of consecutive defeats to Hull and defending champions Leicester City - their first home point of the campaign.
And Fabianski feels the Swans head to St Mary's this Sunday in positive mood.
"After back-to-back defeats it was important for us to get something from the game," said the Polish keeper, who made a number of crucial saves against the Blues.
"We were playing a very tough opponent who had started the season very well. It was tough for us, but we got a point.
"After the first goal it didn't look like we were going to respond. That was a difficult period.
"We didn't settle well enough and the manager changed it to the system we are more used to.
"It gave us a chance to get back into the game and we came through and responded very positively by scoring twice and entertaining the fans.
"We have a tough schedule ahead, so this was a good point to take into those matches - starting at Southampton on Sunday."
Tickets for Sunday's fixture at Southampton (2.15pm) are priced:
Adults - £20
Over-65s - £20
Ages 18-21 - £20
Under-18s - £18
Under-11s - £12
Please note that children under the age of three are not permitted inside St Mary's Stadium.
Tickets, which are on general sale, can be purchasedHERE
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