Swansea 1-2 Everton Stats and Highlights
Ross Barkley’s stunning late free-kick helped Everton to victory at Swansea and into the Premier League top four.
Barkley, 20, missed a chance early in the second-half and hit the bar from 20 yards before whipping the dead-ball winner late on.
In a frenetic second period, Seamus Coleman struck from 25 yards, before Dwight Tiendalli’s volley deflected in off Everton defender Bryan Oviedo.
Everton, now 10 games unbeaten, sit two points off league leaders Liverpool.
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Venue: Liberty Stadium
Date: Sunday, 22 December, 2013
Kick off: 13:30 GMT
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Swansea have failed to win any of their 17 league and cup games against Everton (D5, L12).
The Swans have failed to score in the four previous Premier League meetings between the sides (D1, L3).
Roberto Martinez has failed to win his four previous Premier League games against Swansea (D1, L3).
Swansea have lost just once in their last six Premier League games (W2, D3).
They have failed to win the last six top-flight matches they have played on a Sunday (D3, L3).
The Swans have had more possession than their opponents in all eight of their Premier League home games this season, but have won just 10 points from a possible 24 (W2 D4 L2) at the Liberty Stadium.
Michu has failed to score in his last seven Premier League appearances – his longest drought since joining Swansea.
Seamus Coleman’s goal last weekend means Everton defenders have contributed seven Premier League goals this season – a division high, prior to this weekend.
The Toffees have lost just one of their 16 Premier League games this season. In the top five European leagues, only Bayern Munich and AS Roma have better records.
They have lost seven points from winning positions this season. Prior to this weekend, only Manchester City (eight) and Sunderland (11) had worse records.
They are one of three clubs yet to win a Premier League penalty this season, along with Newcastle and Cardiff.