Tuesday May 7, 2013 Day 33 Finished DW Stadium

Wigan Athletic 2 - 3 Swansea City

  • Espinoza 45’
  • McCarthy 53’
  • Rangel 50’
  • Shechter 59’
  • Tiendalli 76’

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  1. Premier League - Wigan survival chances dealt blow by defeat to Swansea

    Premier League - Wigan survival chances dealt blow by defeat to Swansea

    Swansea derailed FA Cup finalists Wigan's Premier League survival bid with a thrilling 3-2 victory at the DW Stadium. More

  • Live Commentary

    Time:90'
    • Wigan Athletic
    • Swansea City
    • 90+9' It's finished 3-2 to Swansea. What a second half. Surely Wigan's Premier League journey is over. Valiant display from both sides with Wigan keeper Joel almost assisting a Kone equaliser in the last minute.
    • 90+9' De Guzman is booked... Last seconds for Wigan.
    • 90+8' Joel comes forward for a late free-kick. And it falls to the keeper down the right channel. He crosses for Kone... Saved. What a story that would have been.
    • 90+8' Swansea come away down the right, the ball is crossed to Nathan Dyer but he can only shoot at Joel with the goal gaping.
    • 90+7' Kone wriggles away from Garry Monk and shoots from thirty yards. Well saved.
    • 90+6' Maloney attempts a through ball which runs all the way out of play. It's just not going to happen for them, is it?
    • 90+5' The free-kick almost bounces through to Scharner but the defender doesn't react and the ball runs through to the substitute keeper.
    • 90+4' Williams clambers all over Kone and Wigan have a free-kick. 35 yards out on the inside left.
    • 90+3' Back with Joel. Hoofed long, too long. Tremmel gathers at the other end. Wigan need a bit of magic from someone.
    • 90+2' Wigan fans screaming at their team to get the ball forward but Swansea are refusing to let them in the final third.
    • 90+1' Wigan are down to ten men. Ronnie Stam lasted all of five seconds after coming on as a sub. Gomez gets a booking for a late challenge.
    • 90' Espinoza flies down the left and Wigan work the ball into the box. Di Santo tries to win a corner. Nine minutes added time!
    • 89' Kone flashes a shot just wide of the post from the edge of the box. Wigan needed that to go in.
    • 88' Wigan can't get the ball forward and their formation is all over the show.
    • 87' Ronnie Stam already down for Wigan. They are probably heading into the Championship if it stays like this.
    • 86' Three changes. Tremmel on for Vorm in goal for Swansea. Jordi Gomez and Ronnie Stam on for Watson and Boyce.
    • 85' Vorm leaves the pitch on a stretcher to a standing ovation. After a couple of minutes delay we are ready to resume.
    • 83' Ben Davies back on his feet but I don't think Vorm will be able to continue. Tremmel warming up.
    • 82' We're going to get a fair whack of added time for this I would imagine. Lots of medical staff attending to Vorm.
    • 81' Both players still down. The DW is eerily quiet. The calm before the storm?
    • 80' Vorm and Davies down after a nasty clash of heads inside the area. Stretchers are on.
    • 79' Kemy Agustein on for Pablo Hernandez. Laudrup trying to see this one out.
    • 78' De Guzman curls a free-kick wide of Joel's left hand post. Wigan can't concede again.
    • 77' Ben Watson picks up a yellow card for a clumsy challenge.
    • 76' Wigan are all over the place. Nathan Dyer knocks it back to Pablo Hernandez inside the area who sends a cross in towards the back post. The ball bounces this way and that, before falling to Tiendalli who tucks home. 3-2 Swansea. This is incredible.
    • 75' Tiendalli leads a charge down the right but Swansea elect to keep the ball and play it back.
    • 74' The crowd get a touch restless as McArthur makes a mistake. Very very edgy.
    • 73' Wigan are sending a lot of men forward now, but look very vulnerable as soon as they concede possession. Scharner is the latest to lose the ball.
    • 72' Leon Britton put under all sorts of pressure in his own half. The game has calmed down slightly.
    • 71' Goalscorer Shechter off, Nathan Dyer on. Lots of pace in that Swansea side now.
    • 70' Kevin Friend trying to keep his cards in his pocket where possible. Credit to the official, but Swansea are fouling a fair amount.
    • 69' Vorm gathers Espinoza's cross at the second attempt. Let off for the keeper.
    • 68' Gary Caldwell meets the corner with a strong header. Vorm leaps to his left and tips it over the bar. Fine stop.
    • 67' Di Santo gets down the right but blasts his cross against a red shirt. Corner to Wigan.
    • 66' Wigan were camped inside the Swansea half, but needlessly give it back to the opposition.
    • 65' Wigan choosing to go longer now. Kone is holding the ball up well. Wigan camped inside the Swansea half.
    • 64' Di Santo on for Callum McManaman who has played well against a tough opponent in Ben Davies.
    • 63' Tiendalli gives away a free-kick with Swansea well placed in the Wigan half.
    • 62' Wigan continually getting to the edge of the Swansea area but the final passes are not good enough.
    • 61' Wigan want a penalty. Does the ball strike Rangel on the arm? Very hard to tell and Kevin Friend waves it away.
    • 60' Fans of football across the country are being put through it all tonight. 30 minutes to go. Expect more twists.
    • 59' Gary Caldwell gives the ball away and Swansea run at the defence. Shechter gets a shot in, it takes a deflection, hits the inside of the post and goes in. 2-2. What a start to this second half.
    • 58' Swansea will not disappear though and are putting in some strong challenges. All fair, but don't expect them to fold.
    • 57' Frantic stuff here at the DW Stadium. Kevin Friend calms everything down and awards Wigan a free-kick just inside their own half.
    • 56' McArthur has the ball and Wigan are 2-on-2. He plays it to Kone on the left who brings it forward before delivering a cross back to the midfielder. But McArthur barely connects with the ball and it limps wide. What a chance for 3-1.
    • 55' It's a different game in this second half. Great tempo and the DW is rocking. Not a phrase you hear often.
    • 54' Routledge cuts to the byline and McArthur hack it clear at his front post. Swansea responding instantly.
    • 53' Gary Caldwell carries the ball into the Swansea half, he slips in James McCarthy who shoots low into the bottom left corner. Wow. This has got very exciting.
    • 52' Roberto Martinez looking ever so slightly nervous on the sideline. Wigan keeping the ball with Watson instrumental.
    • 51' Big goal in the Premier League survival race. How will Wigan respond?
    • 50' Routledge clips the ball over the Wigan backline and Angel Rangel hits a volley from a tight angle. Hits the post and just finds the back of the net. Was he offside? No. Goal stands. 1-1.
    • 49' The ball bounces towards Tiendalli on the edge of the area... Surely he's not going to hit this? He is. Audacious attempt, wide.
    • 48' Leon Britton shoots from distance but it lacks enough power to get through the Wigan defence.
    • 47' Pablo Hernandez slips in Ben Davies in the area, but it's dealt with by Joel and Boyce.
    • 46' Here we go. 45 minutes for Wigan to hold onto their 1-0 advantage.
    • 45+2 Half-time. What a finish to an otherwise poor 45 minutes of football. The Wigan dream is alive. As it stands, Newcastle are in the bottom three...
    • 45+1 The ball is launched into the box towards Kone, Vorm punches clear towards Espinoza... And the Honduran volleys in from just inside the box with a scuffed hit. It's on!
    • 45' One added minute signalled with Wigan deep inside the Swansea half.
    • 44' Shechter lunges in late on Espinoza. First booking. I very much doubt it will be Swansea's last given their current foul count.
    • 43' Swansea finishing the half on the front foot. Shechter fires in a shot but straight at a blue and white body.
    • 42' Tiendalli cornered on his goalline with Kone not allowing him to turn. But the striker ends up kicking the ball out of play and then, rather awkwardly, appealing for a corner. Kevin Friend unmoved.
    • 41' Maloney and Watson over this... It's Maloney who strikes it but Vorm reads it and holds.
    • 40' Kone's centre rolls across the pitch all the way to Maloney on the left. The number 10 tries to cut onto his right foot, but not before he is clattered. Free-kick in a very promising position.
    • 39' De Guzman begins a rare Swansea break forward as he runs down the left despite being isolated. Well dealt with by Espinoza.
    • 38' McManaman tries to provide one, stealing into the area, but his cross is blocked by a sprawling Swansea challenge.
    • 37' Wigan try their very own Beckham to Scholes corner routine, but it is not very successful. Come on lads, give us a goal.
    • 36' I think Paul Scharner just put his finger to his lips to tell the home crowd to be quiet. Is the tension getting to the players?
    • 35' De Guzman whips in a dangerous looking ball into the Wigan penalty area. Williams tries to nod it in but it narrowly shoots over his head.
    • 34' Routledge breaks over the halfway line and has the opportunity to slip in two teammates. However his pass is poor. Sums up the opening half hour really.
    • 33' The game has gone a little bit flat. I'm looking to Shaun Maloney and Kone to save us from a snooze fest.
    • 32' Ben Davies wins the ball off McManaman down the Wigan right. I make that 3-1 to the Swans defender.
    • 31' Shechter attempts to latch onto a long ball down the left. Although he reaches it, he was narrowly offside and play is halted.
    • 30' Swansea keeping the ball now at the back. Monk and Williams getting a few touches in. The pair have kept it tight at present.
    • 29' Espinoza whips in a ball just over the head of Kone. Both wide men are seeing plenty of the ball for the Latics.
    • 28' Shechter gets into the area and might have a chance... The whistle goes though as the striker was guilty of a cheeky push.
    • 27' Maloney tugged at down the left wing, but the free-kick goes Swansea's way. Jeers from the Wigan faithful.
    • 26' Wigan winning a lot of free-kicks, De Guzman the latest party to commit a foul. They have elected to play it short each time though.
    • 25' McCarthy involved again. The midfielder feeds Kone who manages to strike from a tight angle on the right. Saved by the legs of Vorm.
    • 24' McManaman cuts inside Davies and breaks clear for the first time... Needs to whip in a good cross. Nope, he's blazed that over everyone.
    • 23' A few jitters in the Swansea ranks as the ball is not dealt with particularly well. Wigan on top but Swansea have had the two best chances.
    • 22' Emmerson Boyce puts in a superb challenge to snuff out a Swansea break. Wigan break forward and McCarthy strikes. Deflected behind for a corner.
    • 21' McManaman tries to twist inside of Davies, but the defender sticks to his task and sees out the danger. The defender winning that duel at present.
    • 20' Wigan breath a huge sigh of relief. Despite enjoying a lot of the ball a couple of players in blue and white look very nervy.
    • 19' Ashley Williams blazes it high over the bar. What a miss. Not even close...
    • 18' Just waiting for the Wigan players to retreat onto the line...
    • 17' Caldwell knocks it back to Joel who picks it up. The most obvious back pass you will see. Indirect free-kick for Swansea from eight yards... Which Wigan fancies taking this to the face?
    • 16' Swansea have started this game really deep. As soon as they win the ball they fly forward with Routledge looking a decent out ball.
    • 15' Britton dispossessed by McArthur on the edge of his own area. Wigan work it around before Espinoza drifts in a cross towards Kone but Vorm comes and collects it.
    • 14' McCarthy tries to latch onto a McManaman through ball but Tiendalli is aware and clears to touch.
    • 13' The Swansea players are swarming on Kone as soon as he picks up the ball. The striker is seeing a lot of the ball but, at present, is giving it away too easily.
    • 12' Maloney gets into the penalty area and attempts a cheeky chip from 18 yards with his left foot. It curls a few feet wide though.
    • 11' The ball is hosited high towards Kone, but the striker is isolated and concedes a needless foul.
    • 10' Vorm gets the ball in his area and attempts to dribble clear. But the keeper slips as Maloney charges in. Kevin Friend blows his whistle and saves Vorm's blushes.
    • 9' Kone flashes in a shot on the inside left position from 25 yards. Comfortably saved by Michel Vorm down to his right.
    • 8' McManaman jinks into the box past three Swansea players... But he doesn't shoot and delivers a very tame pass across the goal which is easily cleared.
    • 7' Few empty seats, to be expected, but the fans who have made the trip are in good voice.
    • 6' Both teams sloppy in position so far. Callum McManaman tries to cut inside, then outside of Ben Davies down the Wigan right. Then inside, outside and inside again before kicking the ball out. Good defending.
    • 5' It looks like Wigan have lined up with their trusted 3-4-3 formation with the centre backs bursting into the opposition half when presented with space.
    • 4' Kone battles well to win a throw in deep inside the Swansea half. Wigan get it down and start passing it about.
    • 3' Espinoza plays a pass back towards his defenders but puts far too much pace on it... Routledge fires a shot at the near post, but Joel saves.
    • 2' McCarthy penalised for a high foot. The DW Stadium already chanting, 'We are staying up, we are staying up". They believe.
    • 1' Referee Kevin Friend gets us underway. Wigan in blue and white stripes kick-off; Swansea are in red.
    • 19:40 Five minutes until kick-off. Will Swansea respond to the support from the Premier League’s threatened clubs and claim a first away win in 2013? Or will Wigan do what they do best and get themselves out of trouble once more? The players are in the tunnel...
    • 19:35 Michael Laudrup’s thoughts: “It will be a very hard game, I know they have the cup final coming up on the weekend, but we are talking about a team fighting for their football life. They will have been looking at the fixtures knowing they have two games left at home and they have Arsenal away. Roberto Martinez is like every manager, he will be looking at the numbers and he will want six points from their two home games and hope it is enough. They will come at us with everything they have.”
    • 19:30 Roberto Martinez has been talking up the key man in Wigan’s victory at West Brom: “Shaun Maloney is a player who could have been born in any other country in terms of the technical ability and the quality he has. When he first joined us he took a little bit of a time to get used to the pace of the league but he's been magnificent and very consistent since he started playing regularly. I feel Shaun is a player who can play in any team, he has the quality of any other top player in that position.”
    • 19:25 Let us not forget that Wigan have an FA Cup Final to tackle this weekend as well. Martinez has plumped for a full strength team tonight so perhaps he intends on fielding a weakened team against Manchester City on Saturday. I would highly doubt it given the potential rewards, but with a midweek game against Arsenal to follow the question remains: how are the players going to play at 100% in all three games?
    • 19:20 Since their demolition of Bradford City in the League Cup Final, Swansea have only won one game – a 1-0 home victory against Newcastle – and haven’t picked up three points on the road since December. A defeat tonight would suck them into a battle to remain in the top half and cast a negative shadow on an otherwise highly successful season for the club.
    • 19:15 A Wigan victory would move them onto 38 points and push Newcastle into the bottom three on goal difference with two games to play. Thought 40 points was the benchmark for survival? Think again.
    • 19:10 Swansea’s talisman Michu won’t feature tonight after suffering a hamstring injury in Saturday’s 0-0 draw at home to Manchester City with Itay Shechter coming in. Chico Flores and Nathan Dyer also drop out as Dwight Tiendalli and Garry Monk come into Michael Laudrup’s starting XI.
    • 19:05 Wigan boss Roberto Martinez makes three changes from the side which beat West Brom. James McArthur earns a recall following his instant impact as a substitute at the weekend, a change which sees Jordi Gomez drop to the bench. Jean Beausejour misses out with a hamstring strain with Roger Espinoza deputising. Gary Caldwell comes in for Ronnie Stam.
    • 19:00 TEAMS - Wigan: Robles, Boyce, Caldwell, Watson, Scharner, Espinoza, McArthur, McCarthy, McManaman, Maloney, Kone... Subs: Al Habsi, Jones, Di Santo, Henriquez, Gomez, Stam, Golobar. /// Swansea: Vorm, Tiendalli, Monk, Williams, Davies, Britton, De Guzman, Rangel, Pablo Hernandez, Routledge, Shechter... Subs: Tremmel, Bartley, Taylor, Dyer, Moore, Agustein, Donnelly.
    • 18:55 It was once believed that Wigan Athletic started their bid for Premier League survival in March. However, it has since emerged that they only start playing once the world of football are convinced they’re doomed – which in this case was the end of April after they collected a meagre two points from four games. As soon as the ‘too late for Wigan’ headlines were printed by the sports media elite, the Latics kicked into life and claimed a valuable three points at the Hawthorns three days ago.
    • 18:50 Yes the title race ended months ago, but could we be heading towards the most exciting relegation battle in Premier League history? If Wigan win tonight then just two points will separate 12th to 18th. Tonight fans of Newcastle, Norwich, Sunderland, Southampton, Fulham and Aston Villa don the white of Swansea and pray Wigan don’t lay the foundations for another remarkable escape.
    • 18:45 Welcome to the latest instalment of the Wigan survival series. Tonight we have LIVE coverage of the Latics’ clash with Swansea. There’s a lot riding on this fixture and not just for the two teams involved. A win for Wigan lifts them out the bottom three, throws the race for survival wide open, and hands them a huge confidence boost ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup Final against Manchester City. Anything else and it’s likely to be Championship football for Martinez’s troops next season.
  • Summary

    • 90+8' Joel comes forward for a late free-kick. And it falls to the keeper down the right channel. He crosses for Kone... Saved. What a story that would have been.
    • 90+8' Swansea come away down the right, the ball is crossed to Nathan Dyer but he can only shoot at Joel with the goal gaping.
    • 89' Kone flashes a shot just wide of the post from the edge of the box. Wigan needed that to go in.
    • 76' Wigan are all over the place. Nathan Dyer knocks it back to Pablo Hernandez inside the area who sends a cross in towards the back post. The ball bounces this way and that, before falling to Tiendalli who tucks home. 3-2 Swansea. This is incredible.
    • 68' Gary Caldwell meets the corner with a strong header. Vorm leaps to his left and tips it over the bar. Fine stop.
    • 59' Gary Caldwell gives the ball away and Swansea run at the defence. Shechter gets a shot in, it takes a deflection, hits the inside of the post and goes in. 2-2. What a start to this second half.
    • 56' McArthur has the ball and Wigan are 2-on-2. He plays it to Kone on the left who brings it forward before delivering a cross back to the midfielder. But McArthur barely connects with the ball and it limps wide. What a chance for 3-1.
    • 53' Gary Caldwell carries the ball into the Swansea half, he slips in James McCarthy who shoots low into the bottom left corner. Wow. This has got very exciting.
    • 50' Routledge clips the ball over the Wigan backline and Angel Rangel hits a volley from a tight angle. Hits the post and just finds the back of the net. Was he offside? No. Goal stands. 1-1.
    • 45+1 The ball is launched into the box towards Kone, Vorm punches clear towards Espinoza... And the Honduran volleys in from just inside the box with a scuffed hit. It's on!
    • 25' McCarthy involved again. The midfielder feeds Kone who manages to strike from a tight angle on the right. Saved by the legs of Vorm.
    • 19' Ashley Williams blazes it high over the bar. What a miss. Not even close...
    • 17' Caldwell knocks it back to Joel who picks it up. The most obvious back pass you will see. Indirect free-kick for Swansea from eight yards... Which Wigan fancies taking this to the face?
    • 3' Espinoza plays a pass back towards his defenders but puts far too much pace on it... Routledge fires a shot at the near post, but Joel saves.
    • 19:00 TEAMS - Wigan: Robles, Boyce, Caldwell, Watson, Scharner, Espinoza, McArthur, McCarthy, McManaman, Maloney, Kone... Subs: Al Habsi, Jones, Di Santo, Henriquez, Gomez, Stam, Golobar. /// Swansea: Vorm, Tiendalli, Monk, Williams, Davies, Britton, De Guzman, Rangel, Pablo Hernandez, Routledge, Shechter... Subs: Tremmel, Bartley, Taylor, Dyer, Moore, Agustein, Donnelly.
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  1. Unbelievable how many fan's think being in the­ Premier League should be decided by how many "­ Fan's " a club as ? lol

    From Peter, on Thu 9 May 18:26
  2. bye wigan good luck in the championship

    From Sara, on Thu 9 May 8:05
  3. Come on people... Give the Latics some credit... They­ have pulled off some mighty escape acts in the past...­ They give the Premier league some spice, don't­ they? Now, Norwich can realistically lose both their­ games. If Wigan can get a good win over the Villans and­ not lose too badly to the Gunners, they can still be­ safe, considering the goal difference is quite similar­ for the two teams... And if QPR can pull off an upset­ against the Toons, Wigan will stay up... Mark my words,­ they deserve to be here...

    From Prasanth, on Wed 8 May 15:41
  4. Only got FA cup left wig....... Enjooy! bye

    From Adam, on Wed 8 May 11:12
  5. thats NOT EXACTLY TRUE RAYMOND THAT HONOUR BELONGS TO­ PORTSMOUTH FC...any way thank you wigan athletic you­ have helped sunderland newcastle and norwich city to­ stay up.. and mostly thank you to swansea city fc..you­ have no chance of winning at arsenal fc.. and then you­ got villa who are on a good run .. so bye bye wigan­ your down ///a sunderland fan

    From Micheal Lenson, on Wed 8 May 7:12
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    In the first instance I sincerely hope Wigan are not­ relegated but even if they are.....they have the­ perfect opportunity to become the first club in the­ history of the FA Cup to win the trophy and be­ relegated in the same season against (horrible) Money­ Bags City

    From Raymond, on Tue 7 May 23:28
  7. WIGAN sad fans and team , get down

    From ELIZABETH, on Tue 7 May 23:22
  8. Arsenal and villa to win the teams with fans , put­ the pie eaters DOWN

    From ELIZABETH, on Tue 7 May 23:16
  9. TOONS for the drop , get your vest and jeans on ,­ and go ,on the #$%$

    From ELIZABETH, on Tue 7 May 22:52
  10. I'm an Everton supporter and given that Wigan gave­ us a Lesson in Football in the FA Cup I think the­ Cup final could have been at the back of the­ players' minds here.....This being said Wigan are a­ better side going forward scoring a lot of goals.....If­ Wigan can sort their defence and stay in the Premier­ League they can become a force in England.....In­ closing there is no disgrace in losing against Swansea­ they are a (very) goog side

    From Raymond, on Tue 7 May 22:07
  11. I like Wigan but tonight they were rubbish and Mcathur­ should give back he's wages for this week.

    From IAN, on Tue 7 May 22:05
  12. I know this may not be a bonus for Wigan fans, but­ because Man City won today and secured 2nd for­ automatic place in the Champions League. Wigan you are­ in Europe next season.

    From Leonard Rue, on Tue 7 May 22:00
  13. You will keep dropping as did the wolves.

    From denise, on Tue 7 May 21:57
  14. Good Bye Wigan. About time too.

    From denise, on Tue 7 May 21:55
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    Wigan you were unlucky tonight. Even as a Toon fan I­ had you down for a draw. Just keep plugging away,­ your season is not over just yet. Best of luck for the­ FA Cup but I suspect you would rather maintain your PL­ status and it is still achievable. A draw against­ Arsenal (it is possible if you put in a decent shift)­ then beat Villa last match of the season and you never­ know you could still scrape home.

    From William H, on Tue 7 May 21:55
  16. Its not over until the fat lady sings!

    From JOHN, on Tue 7 May 21:54
  17. unlucky lattics,,you let your selves down with basic­ mistakes, i was hoping you could do it but luck only­ lasts for so long and i think your's has run out.

    From keith in France, on Tue 7 May 21:52
  18. Thank you swansea you saved us Mackems bacon! No­ offence wigan.

    From Mark, on Tue 7 May 21:51
  19. Anyone able to confirm is Stoke are safe now?

    From -Ddraig-, on Tue 7 May 21:49
  20. A really good second half from both teams, especially­ Swansea much improved from their first half showing,­ really enjoyed it. Wigan`s great escape might possibly­ be over - wish them all the best in the Cup Final.

    From Gallowgate, on Tue 7 May 21:49
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