Sunderland vs. Swansea City  1 - 3

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Commentary

Minute   Description
90' +1 Three minutes of added time here and only a couple more minutes of the Premier League season. This comes the time of the year when we all take up another hobby! Can Swansea or Sunderland record another goal before they leave for the summer?!
89' How have Sunderland not got away a shot their?! The ball falls kindly to Altidore who is dispossessed after a brilliant tackle from Bartley. Then Colback latches on to the loose ball but can't get it out of his feet to get a strike away!
87' Not much happening in the latter stages here and it looks like the players in both sides are looking forward to their holidays. A well-earned break for some!
85' L. Bridcutt gets yellow.
De Guzman and Dyer link up brilliantly down the right wing with a neat one-two which sees the latter break down to the byline and whip a cross to the front post. The Dutchman gets to the ball but just can't twist his body in the air and ends up glancing his header out of the box. Good clearance, Jonathan!
84' J. Altidore enters the game and replaces J. O'Shea.
83' F. Borini gets yellow.
Gus Poyet is going for this now as he introduces an attacker, Jose Altidore, in place of a defender, John O'Shea. That's three strikers out there for Sunderland now, so we could be in for a grandstand finish!
81' The referee, Chris Foy, suffers the wrath of the Sunderland crowd as the penalises Vergini for a high foot just outside the box. It was never a free kick, really, and the home crowd have the right to feel aggrieved. Shelvey to take the set piece deep down the left flank.
79' The home side get a free kick about 30 yards from goal and, with Larsson substituted, it looks like Borini will be given the task. The Italian steps up and smashes the set-piece at goal but it goes high and wide and doesn't pose a threat to the Swansea goal.
77' Those substitutions have just hampered the tempo of the match as both sides are struggling to achieve a period of sustained possession at the moment. Swansea quite content to sit deep and soak up the pressure.
75' B. Davies enters the game and replaces D. Tiendalli.
It is two changes in quick succession for Swansea and the second sees their Young Player of the Year, Ben Davies, come on to replace Dwight Tiendalli. Monk just utilising his squad in the final minutes of the Premier League season.

Premier League table

# Team MP D P
1 38 +65 86
2 38 +51 84
3 38 +44 82
4 38 +27 79
5 38 +22 72
6 38 +4 69
7 38 +21 64
8 38 +8 56
9 38 -7 50
10 38 -16 49
11 38 -15 45
12 38 +0 42
13 38 -11 40
14 38 -19 38
15 38 -22 38
16 38 -15 37
17 38 -16 36
18 38 -34 33
19 38 -45 32
20 38 -42 30