Swansea and Hull City’s finished 1-1 at the Liberty Stadium, after Chico Flores cancelled out Danny Graham’s opening goal.

Danny Graham scored his first goal in the black and amber, but also his first goals in 28 games against his former side. It came after Ahmed Elmohammady intercepted Ashley Williams’ poor pass to whip in a curling cross to the pack post for Danny Graham to ghost in and put past the helpless Gerhard Tremell. Swansea after that started to dominate proceedings but created no real chances, the only chance when there was some nice build up play outside the area only for Ben Davies to spurn their best chance as he diverted a chance way over the bar.

The Swans came out after the break with a bit more to their game. They controlled early on and that’s when the equaliser came. Some lacklustre defending from the tigers gave the opportunity for Swansea to score the equaliser. A quick one two from the corner was then whipped in only for a dubious goal to stand as it seemed Chico Flores diverted the ball into the net via his hands, but the goal stood.

After that Hull started to creep back into the game, David Meyler had a goal ruled out after an offside, nice intricate passing was then finished off by Meyler only for the linesman to lift his flag. Just after that the tigers should have been awarded a penalty after Tiendalli blocked the ball with both hands but the referee could not see.

The game then fizzled out and the only real chance fell to Michu who forced Allan McGregor to pull off a decent save. It was the last decent chance of the game until as bit of a kerfuffle between opposing players as it looked Sagbo attempted to waste time only to be confronted by Ashley Williams. A flurry of players then rushed over to stop the mild confrontation only to be proceeded by bookings to Sagbo and Williams

Overall a draw was a fair result but Hull could  have  taken a win back to KC only for a  few dodgy decisions that didn’t go their way.