Laudrup upbeat after Swansea draw with Norwich

Michael Laudrup was in a positive mood after his Swansea City side drew 1-1 with Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Michael Laudrup was in a positive mood after his Swansea City side drew 1-1 with Norwich City at Carrow Road on Sunday.

Nathan Dyer opened the scoring with a deft lob on 12 minutes before the winger was forced off with what appeared to be a serious ankle injury just before half-time.

That occurred minutes before Gary Hooper scored a stunning equaliser for the Canaries but Laudrup was not too perturbed after seeing his side settle for a share of the points on the road.

"On one hand, in the first half we controlled the game well,” he told Sky Sports.

"It's the difficult thing to score the first goal, but a fantastic equaliser and the injury just before half-time made it difficult.

"It was difficult for us to come into the dressing room, and in the second half they started better than us.

"They're very good at set-pieces, but I think the game drifted away. Suddenly, Norwich get one chance out of nothing, then we get one.

"The only thing you can do is look at things through a certain pair of glasses, and I'm looking at it through a positive pair."

 
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