Swans unbeaten start continues
SWANSEA City maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a 2-2 draw against Sunderland.
Michael Laudrup's side twice came from behind before having Chico Flores sent off late on.
And their defensive problems are mounting ahead of the trip to Aston Villa in two weeks' time as Neil Taylor was stretchered off with a serious ankle injury after just 15 minutes.
Having made the better start, Swansea went a goal down five minutes before half-time when a mistake from Ashley Williams put Steven Fletcher in on goal and he finished past Vorm.
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Wayne Routledge levelled in first half stoppage time, thumping in a volley after being put through by Dyer.
But there was still time for Sunderland to level before the interval.
Fletcher grabbed his second when he stole in at the far post to turn home a free-kick.
Swansea immediately put pressure on the Black Cats' goal at the start of the second period.
Leon Britton, Angel Rangel and Jonathan de Guzman all missed chances before Michu made the breakthrough.
He headed home a pinpoint de Guzman cross on 67 minutes and Swansea went in search of a winner.
But hopes of victory faded four minutes later when Flores was dismissed for a high tackle on Craig Gardner.