The Swansea City player ratings as Liverpool loanee Rhian Brewster runs riot and attack clicks at Middlesbrough

Back in action against the club at which he endured a torrid loan spell, Roberts slotted in seamlessly at right-back. His physical presence helped restrict Boro's attack, and his composure on the ball was evident again. Linked up nicely with the likes of Matt Grimes and Andre Ayew and Swansea looked lethal on the left flank in the first half. Alongside Matt Grimes, Fulton helped Swansea control things in the centre of the park. The captain always offered himself, with most of Swansea's positive play going through the central midfielder who continued his run of featuring in every league game this term. Ran riot on the left wing and got the assist for Rhian Brewster's first goal after a slick one-two with the forward. Spurned a glorious chance in the opening stages to give Swansea a dream start, but his pace caused Boro stacks of problems. So unlucky not to head in early on, but struck a quickfire brace to put Swansea in total command. Subs Jordon Garrick (for Kalulu) - Showed a few exciting flashes, but didn't get much of an opportunity to impress as Boro improved after the restart. 6 Wayne Routledge (for Brewster) - Didn't need to have a significant impact as Swansea changed things around late on.