Once again proved himself a more than a capable deputy with an authoritative game. Thwarted Karanovic from the spot, albeit a comfortable stop, and commanded his area throughout.
Caught out of position on a couple of occasions and looked shaky under the high ball, which was exposed on more than one occasion. Went close to scoring his first goal for the club with a first-half header.
Reasonably solid at the back, giving Karanovic and the Keita very little change, but seemed to lack understanding with Amat at times.
Harshly adjudged to have handled the ball in the area early on but another industrious and hard-working display at both ends from the right-back.
Another impressive performance for the highly rated left-back, who posed a dangerous threat going forward, linking well with Routledge.
J. de Guzmán
A solid and energetic evening's work in the engine room but struggled to pick the killer pass. Nonetheless, did the simple things well and kept things ticking with a near pefect pass success rate.
Very quiet and ineffective in the first period as he needlessly conceded possession and provided very little attacking threat. Grew in stature as the game wore on and was in the right place to slot home the opener but will be disappointed with his performance. Replaced on the hour mark.
Led from the front with a domineering display in midfield and ran the show for the Swans as well as providing excellent cover on front of the back four. His incisive burst provided the opening for Routledge's goal.
The young Spaniard caught the eye and linked with the front two neatly, most notably for the opening goal with a perfectly weighted ball down the side of the defence. However, drifted out of the game in the last half-hour.
Suffered a nasty head injury in the first half and seemed to punctuate what had been a promising opening quarter to the game.
Held the ball up well when it was thrown forward towards him and worked his socks off before being hauled off in the second half. Saw very little of the ball apart from a bright period either side of the break during which he assisted the winning goal.
Largely untested for the majority of the game but produced a fine save from Amat's header in the first half and could perhaps have got a stronger hand on Bony's effort for the goal but little blame attached.
Made a couple of important tackles and interceptions but fortunate not to concede a penalty for a reckless challenge on Michu in the first period.
Was anonymous for large periods but worked hard and was central to the visitors' ploy of closing down Swansea high up the pitch. Used the ball well in possession.
Solid performance at the back but could have done better in the final third after some marauding forays from his left-back berth.
Provided a constant attacking threat down the right but found wanting defensively, underlined by a rash tackle on Dyer which earned him a caution.
Cut a commanding and influential figure at the heart of the defence as he read and thwarted the danger at regular intervals. However, looked vulnerable when the ball was played in behind and was sacrificed in search of an equaliser.
Made a lively start, getting in behind Tiendalli more than once, and was the visitors' best attacking option as he regularly switched flanks but became largely ineffective, resulting in his withdrawal on the hour mark. couple of mazy runs on the left, no end product, cross for penalty
Started very brightly as he consistently found space in the hole but missed a guilt-edge opportunity with only the keeper to beat early-on and drifted out of the game in the second half.
The stand-out performer for the Swiss side throughout with some superb individual skill and long-range passing and very nearly unlocked the Swans defence late on.
Switched wings regularly and caused problems for both full-backs but ultimately lacked the cutting edge and end product in the final third after some incisive approach play.
An evening to forget for the big striker, who could not continue his fine goalscoring form. A couple of loose touches set the tone before he wasted a glorious opportunity from the spot with an unconvincing effort - replaced at the break.
Replaced the matchwinner on the hour mark and instantly made an impact. Should have sealed the victory but fired straight at the keeper from close range.
Kept the ball well in the final stages.
Brought on for his first European game of the season and went close to scoring with his first touch but shot narrowly wide from a tight angle.
Made very little impact after being sent on in search of an equaliser.
Could do little to affect the game in the closing stages.
Brought on at the break and saw very little of the ball. However, wasted a glorious opportunity to claim a point after intelligent play but lifted the ball over the bar from close range.