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A fine win for Boro, just their fourth of the season.
Swansea are in serious trouble.
A huge mix-up between Swansea keeper Lukasz Fabianski and Alfie Mawson almost lets Adam Forshaw in to sweep home a fourth, but the white shirts rush back and Forshaw can't get his shot away or find Adama Traore next in line.
Borja Baston flicks on to Jefferson Montero in the box, whose lashed shot is somehow kept out by a thicket of Boro legs.
How did that not go in? Fine block from Ben Gibson.
Three minutes added on.
Jefferson Montero's cross hangs in the air and Fernando Llorente strains those sizable neck muscles to head across goal.
It's met with a fine save by Victor Valdes to preserve the clean sheet.
Fabio is off and Adama Traore on in an attacking move from the home side with just three minutes to play.
Swansea are set to drop to 19th - unless Hull can find an equaliser at West Ham. That would see Bob Bradley's slide slip to bottom of the pile.
As it stands, Boro are up to 14th.
Gylfi Sigurdsson feels a shove in the back from Marten de Roon and goes down, but the ref says there's nothing doing. Would have been a harsh call.
Sigurdsson rests on the turf.
But as Swansea win it back Sigurdsson's found again, and he lifts himself to drive a shot just wide of the far stick. It's just not happening for him.
Fabio zips up the park as Boro break after clearing the corner, he's got George Friend to his left and finds him, but Friend wastes the brilliant chance for a fourth with a rushed drive that sails over the bar and beyond.
Calum Chambers' poor header loops up straight to Leroy Fer, who wants to smash in his seventh of the season with a cracking volley. Huge power, but Ben Gibson is in the right place at the right time and the ball cannons out for a corner.
Under 10 minutes to play and there's little sign of a Swansea consolation even.
George Friend and Fabio combine down the left searching for a glossy fourth, but the away side hoover up the danger.
The final throw of the dice from Swansea boss Bob Bradley. Jefferson Montero comes on for Wayne Routledge.
There are some extremely glum faces in the Swansea end. It's only 320 miles back home...
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Boro are retreating into see-it-out mode, Swansea gamely chasing.
Just over 15 minutes to play.
Leon Britton the man replaced by Dutch midfielder Leroy Fer. Definitely got a goal in him - he's Swansea's joint top scorer with six.
Swansea corner. Borja Baston buys it off Antonio Barragan. They are still pushing hard, Bob Bradley's side.
Alfie Mawson loops a header over the bar from Gylfi Sigurdsson's delivery.
Leroy Fer is set to come on.
A great sliding block from Antonio Barragn denies Borja Baston - who just came on for Modou Barrow a few minutes ago.
Borja was on route to smashing in Wayne Routledge's low cut-back but in came the Boro right-back with a crucial challenge.
That's the closest Swansea have come. Fernando Llorente's been feeding on scraps, but maybe Borja can change things?
Gaston Ramirez - an injury doubt before this game - is off, replaced by George Friend now his job's been done with that lovely assist for Boro's third goal.
Friend will shore things up at the back. Left-back for a winger.
It's the first time Boro have scored three in any game this season, and only Gaston Ramirez's poor pass in search of Stewart Downing means they miss out on big chance for a fourth.
There were acres of space down the Swansea right.
The away side must gamble to get back into this, but risk leaving themselves hugely exposed.
This is a lovely, lovely goal.
Marten de Roon cushions home from the edge of the six-yard box as Gaston Ramirez's killer curling pass totally bamboozles the Swansea defence at the end of a flowing Middlesbrough move.
The home fans are in raptures. They think this one's done.
Middlesbrough pegged back.
Cross after cross comes into the Boro box but the delivery is lacking every time. They must make this pressure tell, Swansea.
But down the other end, a Christmas gift hastily wrapped as a sloppy pass hands possession over to the home side, who won't be taking too many risks from here.
Sloppy. Antonio Barragan plays a free-kick straight at Gylfi Sigurdsson and apologies to the Boro team-mates who help him out by covering back.
Stewart Downing cuts in from the left and blasts a right-footed drive straight into Lukasz Fabianski's clutches.
Some nice slick recycling of possession from Boro opens up a huge channel for Antonio Barragan down the right wing, but Calum Chambers' pass isn't accurate enough and the chance is gone.
Swansea boss Bob Bradley is chewing his tongue on the sideline.
It's a good start again from Swansea, Wayne Routledge forces a corner out of Calum Chambers but Victor Valdes punches the delivery clear of the Boro box.
Swansea were out a good few minutes before Boro.
Here we go. Back under way.
It's tighter than Santa's red suit...
But there's no time left. Boro's lead preserved at the break.
Alfie Mawson booms a ball up in search of Fernando Llorente's silky touch but the move comes loose.
Fabio's pass is too strong for Stewart Downing to take under control tight down the left. Initiative back to the away side.
THREE minutes to be added on in total, but there'll be more because of the Alfie Mawson injury.
A Gylfi Sigurdsson free-kick is headed out by Alvaro Negredo. Will there be time for Swansea?
Alfie Mawson looks OK to carry on. How long added on?
Swansea have carved out a few decent openings since going two down. Now would be a perfect time to grab one back.
But Jordi Amat gives the ball straight to Gaston Ramirez, and his cross finds Alvaro Negredo in the box. The Spaniard catches Alfie Mawson with a high boot searching for an overhead. Foul.
Mawson is down getting treatment. That caught him square on the forehead.
Adam Forshaw is so quick to the ball. Again he shows brilliant reactions to steal in and divert a dangerous Gyfli Sigurdsson flick on.
The Modou Barrow v Fabio battle enters a new chapter with a Swansea free-kick that's deep enough to whip in the box.
Sigurdsson's cross is nice but again it's brought back for a foul - Alfie Mawson judged to have shoved a red back.
Just under FIVE to go before the break. Boro are looking to hold on. It's all Swansea at the moment.
Another Swansea corner. They're growing back into this, the away side.
Gylfi Sigurdsson launches it to the back stick. Destination: Jay Fulton.
But Fulton is penalised for a tug on Antonio Barragan, who was giving as good as he got by the way.
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Really nice play from Fernando Llorente drifting across the back lines in comfortable possession looking for the killer pass. He feeds Leon Britton on the edge of his box, who slides in a secret pass for Jay Fulton.
The Swansea midfielder forces the corner with a blocked shot, but Boro are digging in deep and the set piece is cleared.
Fabio goes in strongly to win the ball off Modou Barrow when there was a glimmer of an opening down the Swansea right.
Boro don't concede too many when they're in this mood.
But Barrow's then found with Wayne Routledge's through ball and sticks the ball in the net. The only problem? He is offside. Flag up.
It's beautifully tucked away by Alvaro Negredo. Supremely confident as he shapes to blast right but places sweetly to the left.
All that good work by Bob Bradley's side in the opening stages undone by two Negredo goals. There can be no complaints about the penalty decision though.
Adam Forshaw is tripped in the box turning inside Jordi Amat. Poor challenge.
Swansea started this game incredibly well but are now being made to chase and look off the pace.
Wayne Routledge gifts the home side a corner with a terrible driven back pass looking for his keeper. There was no chance.
Gaston Ramirez whips the ball just over the bar.
A little lower and Lukasz Fabianski wasn't even getting near.
That goal has hugely changed the face of this game now. Boro looking positive every time and threatening again.
Angel Rangel has to scramble the ball out for a corner with Stewart Downing lurking, and from the set piece, Gaston Ramirez is felled on the edge of the box.
Free-kick. In Ramirez territory...