Swansea City played their second pre-season friendly on Saturday night, following the disappointing 1-0 defeat to League Two side Barnet in the week.

Now, on their tour of the USA, the Swans faced MLS outfit Philadelphia Union but are still looking to get their first win in pre-season.

The match in Philly ended in a 2-2 draw with an early penalty pegging the Welsh side back, however Kyle Bartley and Jordan Ayew put Swansea ahead going into half-time.

A second-half equaliser by former Arsenal and Hull City striker Jay Simpson put the score to 2-2, in which it ended in a decent and competitive run-out for Paul Clement’s side.

We know you can’t read too much into friendlies, but here’s five findings from Saturday’s game against the Union.

 

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