Took too long on the ball and almost paid the price as Graham charged it down but made a good block from the subsequent shot. Couldn't do anything about the first goal, but will be disappointed not to have saved the second as he got a hand on the shot.
Didn't have the best of it in the first half, making a few mistakes, but held onto the ball well under pressure memorably in the second half. The third goal was almost entirely his fault though, giving away possession sloppily and falling over as Allen added the third.
Didn't quite look himself in the opening half, making some poor decisions on the ball when under pressure. Grew into the game, but couldn't prevent Swansea from scoring.
Did well in an attacking sense in the opening half, getting forward at every opportunity and finding some nice passes. Didn't really do enough to prevent Routledge getting the cross in for the opening goal but couldn't do much about the second.
Caught out on a couple of occasions dawdling on the ball. Was given the runaround by Scott Sinclair but he did get in a few good tackles and blocks.
Some of his passing left a little to be desired, especially in the first half. But his tackling and interceptions were good. Suffered a cut head in the second half that meant he had to leave the pitch twice. When he did return he was off the pace.
Deployed in the same central midfield role that he has been in for the past month or so, he tried to pull the strings but in truth he couldn't keep up with Swansea's rate of passing.
A typically high-energy performance from the striker, putting in a lot of off-the-ball runs. Didn't get any real service though and found it hard to get any time on the ball.
Tried hard and held the ball up well but didn't get any real service from the midfield as Swansea hogged the ball.
Deployed on the right but never really got involved in the game. Only had one memorable moment in which he beat the offside trap, but upon finding Dempsey, the American was offside. Not great.
A subdued game for the attacker who has been in a rich vein of form this season. Wasn't given any time on the ball and couldn't influence the game.
Made two god stops early on from Dempsey and Dembele. Was fairly untroubled for the rest of the game until tipping a volley from Dempsey onto the bar, but his distribution was cool and accurate.
Linked up really well with Routledge in the second half. Defended solidly and kept calm on the ball.
A very good performance from the left-back. He attacked well and kept Bryan Ruiz completely quiet in the first half. An underrated player.
Made a couple of mistakes in the first half, but got better and better as the game progressed, making some good blocks and clearances.
Had a pretty quiet day, but challenged well against Pogrebnyak and got the back four moving up well.
Did well to get down the outside and put the ball into the back post for the opener, and played a very nice cut back for the third. Constantly dangerous.
An absolute masterclass from the midfielder. His passing was near flawless and he never gave opponents time on the ball, putting in countless runs to get in and around Diarra to win back possession. Displayed his great work rate during his goal by sprinting to support Sinclair, and cool to get past Senderos and slam one into the corner. Oustanding.
Played the ball nicely and almost opened the scoring early in the game with a low drive just past the post. Played the ball out to Routledge and got in a good position to head home from close range.
Extremely impressive performance. Barely misplaced a pass and put in lots of sprints in the first half to close down the opposition when Swansea were on the back foot.
Looked dangerous on the ball and unselfishly set up Sigurdsson with a tap in. Got another assist in the second half for his pass to Allen. Just couldn't put the icing on the cake with a fourth goal in injury time. A very tidy performance from the striker.
A selfless performance from the striker, and one likely to go unnoticed by many. His running off the ball was good, closing down Schwarzer every time to put him under pressure. Challenged well in the air.
- 12 D. Stockdale
- 6 C. Baird
- 18 A. Hughes
Came on for the ineffectual Ruiz and immediately set about upping the pace with some good one-two's but his only shot was well off target.
- 20 D. Etuhu
Was introduced far too late to make any real impact. But you can tell what Fulham lacked when he came off the bench.
Was waiting on the sidelines for sometime before Swansea eventually grabbed their second. The game was all but lost when he came on.