It was always going to be an uphill battle for the Swans with survival not in their hands, but they made a positive start.
They opened the scoring after a brilliant assist by Andre Ayew to set up midfielder Andy King who slotted home in the 14th minute.
Stoke however pegged them back courtesy of a 31st minute equalizer by Ndiaye before Peter Crouch grabbed the winner on the stroke of half time.
The Potters could’ve made matter worse for the home side but for a missed penalty by Shaqiri in the second half.
The match saw pockets of fans protest against the club's board, with chairman Huw Jenkins absent from the Liberty Stadium. Read Full Story