Pay per head services found out that Garry Monk, Swansea City coach, believes that despite losing to Napoli, his side will take confidence from their UEFA Europa League campaign.
On Thursday, Swansea City went to Stadio San Paolo after they were drawn 0-0 in the first leg of their last-32 tie, and they seemed set to advance on away goals, but price per head services saw that late goals by Gonzalo Higuain and Gokhan Inler sealed the game at 3-1
Now Monk will focus on Swansea’s Premier League campaign, with his side sitting four points adrift of the relegation zone with 11 games pending, and pay per head services can’t wait to see how they continue to perform.
And pay per head services found out that Monk, former club captain, believes that Swansea’s performances against Napoli give them a reason to believe that they can beat any side they come across.
“The boys there, over 180 minutes, were absolutely magnificent,” said Monk.
“The application, the desire, everything you want from a football team – I think they gave it.
“The players now believe they can go anywhere in Europe or round the world and compete against the top teams.
“When you go back into your own league there’s nothing to fear.
“When you’re coming to places like this and giving a very good team a run for their money, I don’t see how you can’t enjoy it.”
Rafael Benitez, Napoli coach, was thrilled with his player’s efforts in what he was sure would prove to be a tricky tie.
“I was convinced Swansea would cause us problems,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “I expected a difficult game, but we remained tight and didn’t get too stretched out, so we looked for and found the spaces to win the match.
“Swansea had nothing to lose and came to Naples without pressure, whereas it was a different situation for us.
“We tried to pass the ball around, whereas they could just attack us and throw caution to the wind.”
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Napoli will next take on Porto in the round of 16, and pay per head services are very eager to see how they perform this time around.