Neil Critchley was clearly a happy man yesterday after watching his side come from a goal down to take a point back to the North West from South Wales thanks to a late goal from Keshi Anderson.
Anderson struck to cancel out Joel Piroe’s first half opener for the Swans but it was a host of penalty decisions that were not given that was one of the main talking points after the game with Russell Martin confirming that the Swans were to send a video compilation of recent appeals that were not given.
Critchley though was full of praise for the Swans after the game “Swansea play a unique brand of football, they’re the best footballing side in the division and their home record is outstanding,” said Critchley.
“We decided the best way to combat that was to change our shape today and we gave them a real problem without the ball in the first-half.
“Other than the lad striking one in the top corner from 25 yards, they didn’t really get near the goal.
“In the second-half, we showed real courage on the ball and we got on top of them and we made them do what they don’t want to do, which is defend. At times we were in control of the game and that takes real bravery and ability.
“We didn’t threaten the goal enough, but we were growing into the game all the time and in the end I don’t think anything can begrudge us of our point.
“Our character is never to be doubted though, we have it in abundance.