Swansea City went up early on Queens Park Rangers and were the better team in the first half, but the visitors upped their games in the second half and found a goal to grab a 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium. Neil Warnock's team struggled to find the ball in the first half as Leon Britton and Joe Allen controlled the play, but the QPR midfield played much better in the second half and created more chances late than the Swans.
Danny Graham scored the opener just 14 minutes in, getting a little lucky with a missed control. QPR didn't defend well as he found himself space with the ball before firing in a shot from 15 yards that Paddy Kenny couldn't get a hand to. They went into halftime up 1-0 and started the second half well, but Jamie Mackie found the equalizer in the 58th minute, getting behind the defense and putting in a close-range shot after running onto a long ball. QPR were the better side from then until the end, but couldn't find a winner. Swansea will feel like they've dropped two big points at home, but the draw was a fair reflection of what happened on the day.