Penalty? What penalty?

Swans boss Michael Laudrup in philosophical mood Credit: ITV News Wales

Swansea City still have a lot to be pleased about coming away with a point even if they disappointed fans with another game without a goal. But being realistic, who were they playing? None other than last year's Champions Manchester City. A team so confident that they can leave multi million pound signing Carlos Tevez in reserve. A team so successful that they can be disappointed if they only finish second in the table at the end of the season. And a team that has other things on its mind like playing Roberto Martinez Wigan in the FA Cup final next weekend.

But as I say, the Swans have a lot to be pleased about. Still ninth in the table, with a game in hand, if they can manage one win in the last three games they will remain in the top ten. An outstanding performance for a small club.

In the first half, the Swans played well but they didn't manage to score after a couple of good chances. Then they were denied a penalty after Nastasic appeared to clatter Michu who later came off with a hamstring injury which will put him out for the rest of the season. But thinking about it, the Swans have only had one Premier League penalty all season, which as Laudrup recalls, led to a bit of argy bargy among two of his players

After the break, Edin Dzeko added more vim to Man City's efforts almost setting up Sergio Aguero before being denied a penalty after a tangle with Chico Flores in the box. The Pole and David Silva both missed open goals late on to leave the game all square at the end.

Manchester City Boss, Roberto Mancini said his side should have won.

Swansea City go on to play Wigan on Tuesday night. An interesting clash with Michael Laudrup's side keen to end the goal drought and Wigan looking for those life saving three points.