Manchester City Dismiss Swansea in Style
Swansea City may have pulled a double on big brands like Arsenal and Manchester United, but they just couldn't cope with the brilliance that is Manchester City.
On a good day, anyway.
A usually silent fixture had an explosive result this time around, as the match ended 2-4 to the Sky Blues.
City are always teeming with scoring potential, unlike Chelsea, and such was the case in the Liberty Stadium.
Yaya Touré has been MIA from the score sheet lately, but he rectified that with a bit of assistance:
Too much power to handle or just another error day? Maybe Swans should look at hiring fielding guru Ron Washington after he's righted the Oakland Athletics' ship.
Meanwhile, Touré will take it.
No 'keeper faults on this one. It'd be a crime to save such play.
The home crowd finally had something to cheer when their Sniper from Swansea -- Icelander Gylfi Sigurðsson -- got one back.
Now we know why he is called the Sniper.
Swansea were on their way to claim another whale when Bafétimbi Gomis scored the equalizer:
Oh, but the celebration! Lotta frustration coming out, here:
But this was Touré’s day:
This one’s on you, 'keeper.
And he knows it.
Capping the fireworks, ex-Swan Wilfred Bony set up a shooting lane with the ol' misdirection half-swing:
It is nice to see respect in the battlefield.