Swansea - Swansea have maintained their perfect start to the new season to three
from three with a stylish 3-0 win over West Brom at the Liberty Stadium
Nathan Dyer with a double and Wayne Routledge produced the goals in another impressive display from the high-flying Welsh side.
'We're going to win the league' sang the home fans as Swansea moved provisional top of the Premier League on nine points.
West Brom, who turned up in Swansea after two draws, slipped to fourth from bottom.
took the lead on their first attacking move in the second minute, with
Dyer, who scored the decisive goal last week against Burnley, the
The winger rounded West Brom keeper Ben Foster to net into an empty net.
Bony went close to doubling the advantage minutes later but his shot
from the edge of the area went the wrong side of the crossbar.
Ivory Coast international, with West Brom temporarily down to 10 men as
Jonas Olsson went off to change his boots, then headed high.
second when it did come on 23 minutes was a classic volley from the
edge of the area from Routledge following Craig Dawson's headed
Rebooted, Olsson nearly gave Swansea a third when he headed the ball onto his own bar.
wasn't all one way traffic as down at the other end West Brom's record
signing Brown Ideye got the better of two defenders but the Nigeria
striker wasn't able to follow up with a killer blow.
As the interval beckoned Routledge smashed an effort wide.
At the restart, West Brom manager Alan Irvine introduced Stephane Sessegnon for Graham Dorrans.
Swansea's Ki Sung-Yueng saw a shot saved on the hour.
71 minutes, Dyer bagged the high-flying Welsh side's third when he ran
onto a defender-splitting assist from Tottenham recruit Gylfi Sigurdsson
to shoot right-footed into the bottom right corner of Foster's net.
Brom raised their game with Sessegnon rattling the crossbar and James
Morrison forcing Lukasz Fabianski into a good stop, but Swansea held on
A perfect result for 31-year-old Spaniard Angel Rangel to celebrate his 100th appearance for Swansea.