Date: 23rd December 2011 at 5:45pm
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Kemy Agustien said Swansea City should have got something from Wednesday’s game at Everton, which they lost 1-0.

The Dutch midfielder showed his frustration that the team conceded a goal from yet another set piece, and allowed one of the smallest players on the pitch to head home the vital winning goal.

Kemy Agustien is now looking to earn himself a regular first team place after recently returning from injury:

‘The only chances they created came from set-pieces, but we didn’t stop their smallest player from heading a corner for the goal,’

‘I was impressed with [Maraoune] Fellaini. He’s a good player. But we did well against him. We stopped him at set-pieces, but then they have their smallest player getting a goal and that’s very frustrating from our point of view.

‘But we still created a couple of chances and I thought we should have got something from the game.’

‘Everyone knows what I can do. I try my best for the team, and the manager has given me confidence and opportunities,’

‘Of course, I want him to think about me for the next game, but it’s about the team – not myself – and whatever he wants me to do I will do it.

‘We have to pick up points at home now and I think we will do that because we have done very well at the Liberty.’