Scott Sinclair was not going to shy away from his miss against Man Utd and admitted that he should have scored
Sinclair looked all set to bring the Swans back to 1-1 after a great cross from the right drew the keeper out of position and left him with an empty net to slot the ball into.
But somehow he didn’t connect and the best chance of the game for the home side went unrewarded and the points eventually lost.
Sinclair said after the game “I didn’t get contact on it and I should have scored. But I’ll definitely watch it on television.
“We started off slow in the first half and we picked it up in the second – but it killed us going one down,” confessed Sinclair.
“It’s good we created chances, but we didn’t start as sharp as we normally do. If we’d come out of the blocks a bit quicker it might have been a different game.
“But United are a good side and every single player is world class. We’ve got to take the positives because they are a world-class side.”