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PREMIER LEAGUE: Swansea take deserved three points for first top flight victory

Swansea finally broke their scoring duck in the Premier League with an emphatic 3-0 home win over West Bromwich Albion. The Swans boss Brendan Rodgers is in the middle of an injury crisis and a goal drought but that was hard to see from the way the Welsh outfit easily disposed of West Brom.

Scott Sinclair's penalty started the goal avalanche after Paul Scharner's clumsy lunge on Joe Allen in the area.

Leroy Lita added a second before the break, then turned provider for Nathan Dyer's third early in the second half.

The win sees Swansea move up the table, while Albion take their place in the bottom three.

Referee: Martin Atkinson

Venue: Liberty Stadium

Attendance: 20,341

Swansea scorers: Sinclair (pen) 14, Lita 24, Dyer 49 West Brom scorers:

TRIBAL ASKS: Has the bubble burst with West Brom after last season's exploits, and are they destined to fight against the drop?

Yellow cards: Lita (SWA), Brunt (WBA), Odemwingie (WBA)

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