A late goal from Christian Eriksen denied the Swans a home win after the Dane fired in low past Gerhard Tremmel just as the game entered injury time. Spurs Harry Kane took the lead in the first half with a header from Eriksen's corner. The score was then brought to level pegging by a close range shot from Wilfried Bony. Swansea City Manager, Garry Monk, speaking at the post match press conference at the Liberty Stadium said that it was a difficult start followed by a lot of missed chances. Full Time Swansea City 1 2 Tottenham
Swansea City were beaten by a last minute Christian Eriksen goal as Tottenham Hotspur claimed all three points at the Liberty Stadium.
Spurs striker Harry Kane headed the away side in front from a corner early on.
Swansea City, who dominated possession and missed a host of chances, finally leveled from Wilfried Bony just after the break, his 20th Premier League goal of 2014.
Although a poor clearance from Swans defender Jazz Richards allowed Eriksen the chance to drive home the winner.
Tottenham are the visitors to the Liberty Stadium this afternoon, with Swansea looking to bounce back following last week's defeat to West Ham.
Swans boss Garry Monk will have to do without Polish keeper Lukasz Fabianski following his sending off against the Hammers, with Gerhard Tremmel in line to replace him.
Midfielder Tom Carroll is also unavailable to play due to the terms of his loan agreement from Tottenham, but Monk will have Neil Taylor back - the left back returning from a one match suspension.
Cardiff City's poor away form continued this afternoon, with the Bluebirds going down 5-3 to Bournemouth in an entertaining encounter on the south coast.
A Sean Morrison brace and a Kenwyne Jones goal just before half time wasn't enough for Russell Slade's men, who drop down to 11th in the Championship table.
Elsewhere in the Football League Newport County moved up a place to 6th in League 2 following a 2-0 win over Stevenage at Rodney Parade. County are now unbeaten in nine league matches
Newport Gwent Dragons centre Ashley Smith has undergone surgery after suffering a fractured jaw during last nights European Rugby Challenge Cup victory over Bucharest Wolves.
Smith suffered the injury in the first minute of the 69 - 17 win at Rodney Parade.
The 27 year-old was assessed at the ground and then taken to hospital last night where he has undergone surgery to have plates put into his jaw this morning.
The region say their medical staff and doctors are currently monitoring him and will have a further update on his recovery in 2-4 weeks.
Former super-middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe says he would love to see fellow countryman Enzo Maccarinelli back in the ring and fighting for titles.
Maccarinelli's attempt to win the WBA light-heavyweight title against Juergen Braehmer in April this year had to be called off after five rounds, after Maccarinelli's right eye became swollen shut.
But Calzaghe believes Maccarinelli still has enough quality to compete for championship belts at the highest level.
Cardiff City travel to the south coast to play in form Bournemouth in today's Championship clash.
Midfielder Anthony Pilkington misses out with a hamstring injury, although manager Russell Slade said the Irish international was ahead of schedule in his recovery.
Defender Bruno Ecuele Manga returns to the squad following a knee problem, but Slade will assess his match fitness before the game.
Slade will be looking for a response from his side, following last week's disappointing draw to Rotherham at the Cardiff City Stadium.
Elsewhere in the Football League Newport take on Stevenage at Rodney Parade looking to consolidate their position in the League 2 play-off places.
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