Coventry claimed a hard-fought stage against Swansea in a 1-1 attract at St Andrew’s.
The Sky Blues took the particular lead through Jordan Shipley yet were pegged back by a good Andre Ayew equaliser shortly prior to half time.
Shipley scored his first goal from the season to put Coventry ahead upon 19 minutes.
Mike McCallum managed to capitalise when this individual picked up an under-hit pass through Matt Grimes. The on-loan Norwich man played through Matt Godden down the right, who pulled 1 back to an incoming Shipley for the edge of the box.
The 23-year-old showed calmness to side feet an effort past Freddie Woodman and off the post.
Shipley then almost turned supplier a couple of minutes before half-time. A swift counter-attacking move down Coventry’s left permitted Shipley space to put a delightful nick into the box which Godden introduced down well on his chest, yet his half-volley was saved simply by Woodman.
But it had been Swansea who managed to grab the following goal with an equaliser on forty two minutes through Ayew.
A superb defence-splitting pass from Grimes, atoning for the error which resulted in the opener, found a sprints Jake Bidwell who had to slip to cut back for Ayew. The forwards skipped past a defender plus slotted past Marko Marosi.
The Swans carried the particular momentum of the goal into the 2nd half in terms of possession but it has been Callum O’Hare who nearly refurbished Coventry’s lead on 70 mins.
He latched on to a misplaced pass in the Swansea box but Woodman reacted rapidly to thwart the midfielder.
The Swans nearly proceeded to go close themselves moments later as being a long-range bending effort from Marc Guehi had Marosi scrambling.
Marosi was in action once again shortly after, clearing a whipped within cross only to see the ball drop to Korey Smith, who could hardly find the target from the edge from the box.
Coventry is going to be scratching their heads wondering the way they did not grab a win past due on. Some last-ditch defending noticed Connor Roberts clear a Thomas Giles shot off the line : in the melee after O’Hare noticed his header glance off the publish after a Ben Sheaf cross.
Despite Coventry showing a lot more attacking impetus in a game lower on many real chances, that they had to settle for a draw – some thing they will be disappointed with considering past due opportunities in the game to grab all 3 points.
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