How they rated
Another clean sheet for the big Dutchman and he made his saves with a minimum of fuss and showed his authority in the air too. Played his side into trouble a few times but good otherwise.
The model of consistency so far this season. Nearly set up a goal for McBurnie with a superb cross, and got up and down the flank with his usual drive and energy.
Back in the side and picked up right where he had left off. Calm, assured and in control. One can only imagine his list of admirers is growing with every passing week.
Should have done better from his headed chance and often found himself caught up field with others having to take on his defensive duties. Got in some good positions down the left but lacked quality.
Retained his place in midfield despite the returns of Fulton and Carroll and had another solid day in the middle of the park, and grew in confidence with the ball at his feet as the game went on.
Not as safe in possession as he had been at Stoke, but he continues to impress now his chance has come in midfield. Always wanted the ball and ready to muck in defensively.
Found it tough up against a robust Boro rearguard, but had spells where he linked up well with others and caused George Friend a few problems at close quarters before being withdrawn.
Showed some nice touches in the first half, particularly during a bright opening spell from the visitors and did his bit defensively. Can feel a little unfortunate to have been withdrawn at the break.
Another game which seemed to pass the Scotland international by. A couple of decent touches, but on the periphery of things for most of the afternoon.
Saw his early header blocked and didn’t have much of a sniff at goal other than that, but gave Swansea a valuable outlet and got through a ton of work as usual.