Swansea got lucky against Hull, admits Ben Davies

Danny Graham ended a 30-game goal drought to put the newly promoted side ahead before the Swans equalised thanks to a deflection as the Tigers saw strong penalty appeals waved away
Ben Davies admitted Swansea City were lucky to escape with a point following their below-par outing in Monday's 1-1 draw with Hull City.

Danny Graham ended his goal drought to give the visitors a ninth-minute lead and the Swans needed a major stroke of luck to avoid defeat, as Jonjo Shelvey's cross struck Flores on the arm and flew past Hull goalkeeper Allan McGregor.

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And Wales defender Davies gave credit to Hull, who were denied a penalty when Alex Bruce's header appeared to strike Dwight Tiendalli on the arm in the second half.

"We are a bit disappointed overall." Davies told the club's official website: "We didn't play as well as we can.

"They made it difficult with how organised they were, and in the end I think we were a bit lucky to get a point.

"They came here looking for a point, and when they went 1-0 up they were hoping to hold onto that lead.

"It was difficult to break them down but it was a good goal from us. It was pleasing to get a goal even though we didn't play as well as we usually do.

"We are up to the top of the half, and when you get a point - especially when you've not played that well - it’s not such a bad thing."