O'Neill: 'We Were Very Disappointing!'

Last updated : 30 January 2013 By Tott Dixon - Seaham

Danny Graham could have established himself as a real villain on Wearside had he converted Michu's injury-time knock-down, although it took a fine block by Titus Bramble to deny him.

Sunderland could hardly have complained had the visitors emerged with the three points after turning in a lacklustre display, particularly before the break.

Swans keeper Gerhard Tremmel had only one save of note to make from Sebastian Larsson's first-half free-kick, and although opposite number Simon Mignolet was little busier, Nathan Dyer passed up a glorious opportunity before Graham's big moment.

Martin O'Neill: "We played very disappointingly in the game. Coming on the back of a couple of great wins, I thought we were going into the game with plenty of confidence, and also with the weekend off, I thought we would be refreshed and really ready to go.

"But other than a spell just after half-time for a while, I thought Swansea, possibly without looking all that fantastically dangerous themselves, really dictated a lot of the game."