Swans stars on international duty

2nd June

Gylfi Sigurdsson warmed up for the start of Euro 2016 with another goal despite Iceland's 3-2 friendly defeat to Norway.
The midfielder, who netted 11 goals for the Swans in 2015-16, converted an 81st minute penalty in the five-goal thriller on Wednesday.
Keeper Lukasz Fabianski was among the unused substitutes as Poland went down 2-1 to Holland.
Meanwhile, Ki Sung-Yueng featured for the full game for South Korea as they went down 6-1 to Spain, while Jefferson Montero played 64 minutes as America beat Ecuador side with a last-gasp goal last Thursday.
Left-back Stephen Kingsley was an unused substitute as his first senior Scotland call up ended in a 1-0 loss to Italy last weekend.
Finally, Wales pair Ashley Williams and Neil Taylor are expected to be in action when Chris Coleman's side face Sweden this Sunday.