Swansea were again denied victory against Kuban Krasnodar in the closing seconds of the contest, as Ibrahima Balde notched in the second minute of injury time to snatch a draw for the hosts.
Swansea had led for much of the contest, thanks to Wilfried Bony's early finish, but could not hold on as Balde produced a great finish to snatch a draw.
Kuban even had a man sent off midway through the second half, making their comeback all the more impressive.
Speaking afterwards to ITV, Swansea manager Michael Laudrup would not criticise his side:
I think the squad had a great reaction in the first half and played really good football. We went in front and had a couple of chances more. Even at the end we kept the ball well, even though we conceded a late goal.
I understand the boys are disappointed, but I said to them that if we keep on going like this we will have no problems.
I feel sorry for the players that they did not win this game, because I believe they deserved it.
A win could have seen Swansea secure their spot in the knockout stages of the competition, but having been held to a draw, they still have some work to do.
On target: 6-4
Pass completion: 80%-88%