Niasse calls on Silva to throw shackles off in Hull's survival bid

Mar 13, 2017, 00:52
Niasse calls on Silva to throw shackles off in Hull's survival bid

Swansea have won five of their last eight league games, a run of form which has propelled the Welsh club from the depths of the table up to 16th, five points ahead of the bottom three with 11 games remaining.

Bournemouth missed two penalties and looked to have been denied their first win of 2017 when substitute Andre Ayew equalised for West Ham in the 83rd minute.

"During the January market, we tried to find solutions in the market and Niasse is a different player to the other strikers we have in our squad".

Keen to play a fluid passing game, the Portugese manager admitted:"I've said to our board that it's impossible to play good football".

"I thought we created enough chances to a least get a point if not to win the game", Sigurdsson said. One huge injury blow was to their in-form striker Fernando Llorente and Clement commented on this: "I think the injuries did hurt us in the first-half".

"If we play to our quality and fight, every time we can take points from every match".

"I don't think we need 40 points to stay in the Premier League, I think we need 36 or 37 points".

"We have 10 games to go and have to bounce back next week against Bournemouth".

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King levelled on 31 minutes when he did well before volleying past Darren Randolph.

King put the home side in front three minutes into the second half despite protests of offside against the goalscorer and of hand ball by Afobe.

Josh King was the hero with a hat-trick, the victor coming in the 90th minute and lifting Eddie Howe's side to 14th. But King lashed the ball into the roof of the net in injury time to win it for the hosts and move Bournemouth six points clear of the drop zone.

"It always is in those circumstances - a mixture of emotions but the main one is relief".

Everton substitute Idrissa Gueye struck the woodwork late on as Ronald Koeman's men wrapped up one of their most routine wins of the season so far.

"It's not down to who goes on and who comes off, it's more that in the second half a coach wants to have those options to be able to make changes".

Liverpool play Burnley in Sunday's only match, looking to close to within a point of Tottenham and Manchester City in second and third.