In the 90th minute two substitutes combined for the victor, Luciano Narsingh reacting first to a parried Nathan Dyer effort. "In this moment, I believe that 98 will say that we will be relegated. He said if you don't run you come and sit down next to me (on the bench)".
The Swans looked to be slipping to defeat against Watford at Vicarage Road, with Andre Carrillo's 11th-minute strike separating the sides. Me, my players, my chairman, the fans, we are not part of this 100.
"We believe we can stay up".
Molla Wague had a goal harshly ruled out for a soft shove on Tammy Abraham early in the second half, while substitute Andre Gray should have done better when he fired straight at Lukasz Fabianski from a one-on-one scenario shortly before Ayew's leveller.
Three minutes later, Swansea completed a stunning revival as Luciano Narsingh struck after Nathan Dyer's rasping drive was saved, sparking wild celebrations among the Swans' players and Carvalhal's coaching staff on the touchline.
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Penn State Fiesta Bowl rapid reaction: Nittany Lions 35, Washington 28
The Nittany Lions had missed a field goal with less than 40 seconds left, leaving the door open for Washington . Before the play, the Huskies (10-3) hadn't allowed a run over 35 yards all season.
"We finished the game trying everything, two attackers, two wingers, (Renato) Sanches in the middle, (left-back Martin) Olsson playing like a winger".
"We didn't play the first 45 minutes as we wish because we had some problems to control".
They face Tottenham at home in their next game on Tuesday.
"It wasn't exactly what we wanted, because it is impossible in two days [since Carvalhal's appointment]", said the former Sheffield Wednesday boss. It was incredible that we got rewarded because we really worked hard.
"Now we have to keep going and push to get more results".