Vital Statistics: Norwich

11th March 2019
First team

Swansea City were undone by Emi Buendia's stunning strike as Graham Potter's men suffered defeat at Carrow Road.

Here, we look at some of the key statistics from the game.

1 - Norwich have been in fine free-scoring form but they were limited to just a solitary shot on target on Friday night. Unfortunately for the Swans, that one effort proved to be Buendia's rocket of a strike.

4 - The Swans have now lost their last four away games. That's their worst run of away form since losing seven games in a row on their travels between September and December 2017. They last lost four away league games in a row in the Championship in 2011.

5 - Swansea had five shots on target during a strong first-half display, that is the most they have had in the first half of any away game this season.

6 - Swansea have now gone six games without a win at Carrow Road, their most recent came in the Championship in 2008.

17 - Swansea were without the services of top-scorer Oli McBurnie in East Anglia and they have won just 17 per cent of the league games he has not started this season.

30 - Kristoffer Nordfeldt had the highest pass completion rate of any player on the pitch at Carrow Road, successfully completing 30 of 31 (97%) attempted passes.

 

115 - Kyle Naughton's selection at left-back meant the defender racked up the 115th league start of his Swansea City career.

325 - Nathan Dyer, meanwhile, made his 325th Swans appearance at Carrow Road. It puts him level with Dai Thomas, the former Wales international full-back who played for the club between 1949 and 1960.