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Marco Silva: Hull players were too tense in Sunderland defeat

13 Mai 2017

Sunderland manager David Moyes gestures on the touchline during the English Premier League soccer match between Hull City and Sunderland, at the KCOM Stadium, in Hull, England, Saturday May 6, 2017.

Swansea climbed out of the relegation zone and left Hull back in the bottom three after a 1-0 win over Everton at the Liberty Stadium.

With two relegation spots yet to be decided and six teams still mathematically able to go down, Britton spoke of how the Swansea players not only want a good following at Sunderland, but also hope to reward the fans for their support during a hard season. "There are two games to go and we have to keep our heads up, looking forward to the next game".

With the 2016/17 Premier League campaign coming to an end, who's going to join Sunderland in the Championship next season?

"It's an important moment for us".

"Our home form gives confidence to our players, but this is a new game".

Hull Daily Mail came up with two possible scenarios on how the unprecendented play-off game could come about.

Dieumerci Mbokani could come back into contention after a hamstring problem, but Ryan Mason, Moses Odubajo and Will Keane remain absent.

Silva added: "It's disappointing, especially as their second goal was offside".

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"I don't know what the stats are but there was a lot of efforts on goal, a lot of chances have gone begging".

This was supposed to be the day when David Moyes, Sunderland's relegated relic of a manager, was shown up by Hull City's Marco Silva, the brightest young boss on the block.

"I have a long way to go".

"We are the best team in the Premier League to create clear, clear chances", said Pep Guardiola after his team beat Crystal Palace 5-0.

"In some moments we didn't have the calm that you need in these games".

Fernando Llorente spent much of last week training alone to ensure the stomach bug that nearly meant he was indisposed last night was not passed on to his colleagues, but his 13th goal of the season dispatched Everton, leapfrogged Hull and levitated Swansea above the relegation places.

"Right from the start we said it looked like there was a rebuilding job to be done". I don't care what anyone says.

On-loan Liverpool midfielder Markovic saw a thumping header tipped over by the England Under-21 worldwide, who then stopped Hernandez's sweeping shot from Andrew Robertson's left-wing cross at his near post.

Marco Silva: Hull players were too tense in Sunderland defeat