Swansea City's Ben Davies: I would have preferred a win
BEN Davies said his goal against Arsenal provided some consolation from a match that Swansea City lost 2-1.
As Swansea searched for a way back into the game following goals from Serge Gnabry and Aaron Ramsey, Davies made progress down the left.
The full-back found Wilfried Bony before continuing into the box and finishing past Wojciech Szczesny with his knee.
Swansea then went in search of an equaliser, but it never materialised.
Even so, Davies took some solace after scoring for the second time this season.
"I try to get into the box and when the ball flicked over the top I managed to get a bit of contact on it," said the defender.
"In the context of the game it didn't mean too much. I don't want to downplay it too much because always means a lot to score for Swansea but it's just disappointing to lose the game.
"It's disappointing really, we conceded two sloppy goals and it cost us.
"It was a massive blow. There are not many teams who have or can come back from two goals down against Arsenal.
"It's disappointing to put ourselves in that position. We need to learn to be a bit more organised when we are under pressure.
"We try to pick up points against whoever we play, but we're not too concerned about the defeat.
"We know we're not going to play sides of the quality of Arsenal every week."