Swansea City and West Ham United played out a 0-0 draw at the Liberty Stadium this afternoon, in a game which lacked true attacking quality.
The Swans are currently being managed by Alan Curtis, who is taking caretaker charge of the club after the sacking of Garry Monk last week.
Lying in the bottom three at the start of play, Swansea knew they needed to pick up points, and got on the front foot early on, putting pressure on the West Ham goal with a series of shots before Andre Ayew slotted wide after being found on the edge of the box.
West Ham had a couple of chances of their own, with Enner Valencia stinging the palms of goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski with a long-range drive in the second half, but it was Swansea who had most of the attacking play.
With 20 shots on goal, Swansea had their opportunities, but couldn't make them count as the game petered out in to a 0-0 draw.
The result means Swansea remain in the bottom three of the Premier League table, whilst it's remarkably West Ham's third 0-0 draw in a row after stalemates with Manchester United and Stoke City recently.