5). As results go this was a real coupon-buster. Swansea hadn’t won here in 60 years and West Ham hadn’t lost here in nine months.
That just makes such a flat performance from the home side all the more unforgivable.
Diafra Sakho did pull one back off the bench, but Swansea hit the crossbar after that and were never exactly under siege, and then scored a fourth through Bafetimbi Gomis.
In Swansea’s previous four away games they had lost three and drawn one, conceding 12 goals.
Only Newcastle and Aston Villa have won fewer away games all season. So at least the travelling fans went home happy.