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Swans treated to Premier screening of Arsenal win

Miguel Michu is mobbed as he celebrates scoring his side's first goal Photo: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

Swansea City may not be used to the trappings of the Premier League elite but they made the most of the facilities on offer at the Emirates as they watched replay after replay of their well-deserved win over Arsenal.

The Swans squad were treated to an immediate replay of their 0-2 win as soon as they got back to the away dressing room - and they cheered every moment.

Players rued chances and celebrated goals just like the travelling supporters who filled the Emirates away end, albeit from the comfort of the away dressing room.

The Swans had £2.2m signing Michu to thank for two goals in the dying minutes to round off a magnificent week for the Jack Army.

After the game, manager Michael Laudrup was full of praise for the Spaniard and his side's performance.

Swansea's coaching staff, including manager Michael Laudrup (centre) celebrate Miguel Michu's second goal Credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Obviously I'm very pleased with Michu. A player who scores that many goals will always be a bargain.

I think looking at the game I think I'm very happy to win here. Seven points versus Liverpool and Arsenal, plus the surprise of the season versus West Brom. It's been a magnificent few days.

You could see the team is playing with a lot of confidence. I think we created two or three chances. They put us more under pressure but I felt we can still do something.

When you are sitting out there and you see the players they have you know any of them could make a difference. You can never sit there easy and say we have everything under control.

We know after our last two results on Sunday and Wednesday we could pay without any pressure. We had 20 points coming in here and there was some pressure on Arsenal.

– Michael Laudrup, Swansea City Manager
Miguel Michu drops to his knees to celebrate his second goal Credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

The travelling fans will return to South Wales as happy as ever after seeing their side take down one of the biggest clubs in world football.

But Laudrup was adamant that despite the apparent scale of the achievement he sees it as no different from three points at any other ground.

It's no more special than winning at QPR or winning at Newcastle. Obviously when you've won against one of the bit clubs but I think it's more for the person on the outside. For me every away game is so difficult - we've only won three away games.

– Michael Laudrup, Swansea City Manager