Preston Vs Swansea – Jay Fulton’s first-half header sealed the three points for the hosts at the Liberty Stadium despite the White Lilies’ dominance in the second half.
Preston Vs Swansea
It was a different story in the second half, with the North End dominating possession and chances and giving their all for the team but failing to get the goals their game deserved.
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The penalty incident was the first real chance of the game. Barry McKay entered the box and referee James Linnington judged that Alan Brown had brought the former Nottingham Forest winger down.
McBurney took a step forward but Rudd made a brilliant save with both hands, saving low to the left and pushing the ball over the post for a corner.
Graham Potter was forced to substitute his keeper during the opening period, with Christopher Nordfield apparently straining his groin, while Alvin Mulder came off the bench to make his Swans debut.
The first goal in the 33rd minute. Darnell Fisher was controversially fouled on the left and after a pass the full-back cleared himself and McKay found ex-Sunderland player Asolo on the right to recover the ball for the hosts. He raised his head and walked to the near post. Fulton got up the highest and scored Rudd with a header, but Lu De had no chance this time.
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Just 90 seconds later, Asolo again crossed from the right, showing some quick footwork, and fired past Rudd, but the keeper made another brilliant save and conceded a corner that would have made it two points.
North End had the ball six minutes into the second half, when Ben Pearson’s brilliant pass was picked up by Barkhuizen, who charged into the box and shot from a tight angle in the bottom left corner, but Referee’s ruling: He scored on his way into the penalty area. He controlled the ball with his hands.
The Yellows got off to a breathless start in the second half, moving the ball quickly and advancing at an even pace, and after some fine team play Buckhuissen again shot wide of the left upright post.
Josh Harrop next probed Mulder in the Jacks’ goal, and after another clever build-up involving Robinson and Pearson, he went from ” D” shaped edge shot.
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Shots rained down from the Leyton skies into Mulder’s goal, with Robinson’s 20-yard shot flying past Swans captain Mike van der Horn, missing inches and almost catching the switching keeper off guard. for a corner.
It wasn’t until the 20th minute of the second half that the hosts burst into the North End box, with Bersant Celina testing Rudd, but the PNE No. 1 withstood the test. At the other end, Lucas Nmecha caught Robinson behind the home defence, and fired into the top corner, only to see Mulder put in a superb shot over the bar.
Graham Burke and Brandon Barker came on, with the former on target from 20 yards, but the game was choked by Mulder as the game entered the final quarter of the hour.
McBurney had a chance to kill the game with ten minutes remaining when he broke out one-on-one with Rudd, but he could only get the ball over the bar from the edge of the box.
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The last ten minutes are all in the North District. The players and forwards gave it their all but their second-half efforts failed to equalize despite ten players camping in the penalty area three minutes into stoppage time.
Swansea City Lineup: Nordfelt (Mulder, 23), Olsen, Van der Horn (centre), McBurney, Carroll, Asolo (Grimes, 56) ), McKay (Fair, 73), Roden, Roberts, Fulton. Subs not used: Montero, Dell, Norton, Danda.
PNE lineup: Ladd, Fisher, Hughes, Pearson, Clark (middle), Davis, Robinson, Brown, Nmecha (Gallagher, 80), Harrop (Burke, 62) , Buck Ethan (Barker, 72). Subs not used: Maxwell, Moult, Ladson, Huntington.
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But at the start of the second half, on-loan Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White burst into the penalty area and sent Jack Bidwell a low cross from the left.
The main talking point at home came before kick-off, with Daniel Johnson absent from the matchday squad after Rangers expressed an interest in him.
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North End were breathless throughout but Swansea struggled to open things up – Tom Barkhuizen came closest to scoring after a brilliant second-half tie with Brad Potts .
However, he was blocked by Freddie Woodman before Jaden Stockley’s header went past the keeper.
In terms of saves or crosses, there isn’t much to do throughout. His voice is loud and his delivery has improved from previous games. What could have been a cross was actually intercepted by the defender.
Although Swansea’s left-back Jack Bidwell had a good time from start to finish, he was brilliant down the right. The goal is over there. Trying to give his team a late lead.
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Jamal Lowe and Andre Ayew dealt with the athletic threat well but were disappointed with the goals. Good late play, taking the ball out of the defense.
His overall performance has been consistent. PNE will be desperate to sign him to a new contract.
Like the rest of the defence, he was brilliant, winning headers and was brilliant with his passes from the left. Relax a little bit sometimes.
Started the game really well and set the pace for the rest of the team with his energy and desire. His passing was a little muddled at times, but he stuck with it, covering the ground and trying to take an aggressive approach.
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Overall, it was a relatively quiet afternoon in terms of delivering threats. But he works hard, scores and keeps the ball going when he catches it. There was a chance in the second half but the ball went over the bar.
That changed after halftime and never really got into the game. At one point in the first half, his shot was blocked. Walks around the box but often finds himself pushed out.
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