Swansea vs N Forest
Sky Bet Ch’ship
3:00pm Saturday 14th September

The Liberty Stadium
(Att: 17102)

Swansea lost their unbeaten record as Alfa Semedo struck a late winner for Nottingham Forest at the Liberty Stadium.
Substitute Semedo, on loan from Benfica, struck his very first Forest goal five minutes from time to expand his side’s unbeaten streak to eight games with a 1-0 success.
Lewis Grabban, a thorn at Swansea’s side during, shook the attention of Matt Grimes and broke down the perfect flank to roll on the ball and he made no mistake from six metres.
It had been less than Forest deserved against a Swansea side, that stay top of this Sky Bet Championship however would have secured their best start to a season with a win in seven matches.
When Forest goalkeeper Brice Samba hesitated about the chunk, swansea were almost gifted an opener near profiting, and also Borja Baston came.
But Forest would be the better side for parts of the first half and then pitched after 16 minutes through the Swansea defence.
Yuri Ribeiro’s cross was cleverly flicked by joao Carvalho into the path and the striker of Sammy Ameobi.
Forest went much closer when Ameobi’s cross was cleared as far as Ben Watson 20 yards out.
It was flipped by the midfielder headed the ball back into the box along with the extending Grabban onto the Swansea crossbar.
Samba Sow sliced broad and Swansea’s frustration at failing to construct pressure was evident as Mike van der Hoorn and defenders Jake Bidwell attempted risky efforts from distance.
The Forest target wasn’t jeopardized on either event, but Michael Dawson reacted to block Borja’s effort in the post 2 minutes.
After the period and Grabban latched to install Carvalho to get an opportunity which Woodman kicked away at his near post, forest remained glowing.
Celina was substituted when Andre Ayew headed Bidwell’s cross after that lapse and Swansea acquired some momentum.
However, Woodman was again to the rescue to trick Joe Worrall’s volley around a pole and Joe Rodon back after making his debut for Wales from international duty, blocked Sow’s effort from the corner.
Ayew has turned into a growing influence on the competition prior to winning the kick that found the Forest goalkeeper punch clear under 31,, and he analyzed Samba.
Forest continued to stand firm and Grabban’s powerful running and unselfish attitude finally sealed the things.

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