Swansea head coach Garry Monk and Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer give their reaction to the south Wales derby.
Swansea City's new manager Garry Monk will lead his side at home to local rivals Cardiff later, just day's after taking charge at the club.
Interviews with managers Michael Laudrup and Manuel Pellegrini after the Swansea City clash with Manchester City
A headed goal from defender Chico Flores rescued a point for the Swans in difficult conditions in Stoke.
The defender rose highest following a pinpoint cross from Pablo Hernandez, nodding past Asmir Begovic.
Swansea survived a late penalty scare when Peter Crouch went down in the box following a tackle from Flores - referee Jonathan Moss ruling in favour of the defender.
The point moves the Swans up to 10th in the table, 4 points off the relegation zone.
Swansea City head into the half time break 1-0 down at a blustery Britannia Stadium.
Peter Crouch's goal is the difference, the England striker scoring after the ball rebounded back to him off the post following a shot by former Cardiff man Peter Odemwinge.
It's been a game of limited opportunities for the Swans so far and despite having the majority of possession, they've fashioned few clear cut chances.
Three people were arrested yesterday at the Swansea City and Cardiff City game at the Liberty Stadium.
A 47-year old man was arrested for being drunk and disorderly, a 55-year-old man for a public order offence and a 30-year-old man on suspicion of assault.
All three, who are from the Rhonnda area, were taken into custody at Swansea Central Police Station.
Despite the arrests, South Wales Police have praised the behaviour of the vast majority of supporters before, during, and after the game, which was attended by more than 20,000 people.
– Superintendent Phil Davies
Once again Swansea and Cardiff supporters have created a great atmosphere and enjoyed a trouble-free occasion at the Liberty Stadium.
There were three arrests of individuals who clearly had too much to drink and they will now face the consequences of their actions.
It's 0-0 at half time at the Liberty Stadium, as Swansea host Cardiff in their second derby game in the top flight. You can follow the game live on ITV Sport.
Here's some of the first half action in photos:
Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has claimed the decision to sack Michael Laudrup was taken because the club's principles were at stake.
Laudrup was dismissed on Tuesday amid concerns over the intensity of training and a lack of leadership from the Dane.
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