Sigurdsson continues scoring form
Gylfi Sigurdsson was again on target as Swansea picked up a third successive victory with a 3-0 win against lacklustre Fulham.
The on-loan Hoffenheim midfielder broke the deadlock with a first-half header and set the Swans on course for victory in the 66th minute with his fourth goal in three games.
Fulham came into the match unbeaten in six home games in all competitions, but looked second best throughout and Joe Allen wrapped up a convincing victory in the 77th minute.
Having seen Danny Graham force goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer into action after just 30 seconds, Fulham were soon testing Swansea stopper Michel Vorm. First the Holland international expertly tipped over a goalbound Clint Dempsey effort, before Moussa Dembele opened his body up to force Vorm into a low save.
Swansea were managing to show flashes of their exquisite passing game, which almost resulted in a 29th-minute opener when Sigurdsson saw a low effort creep inches wide.
However, Fulham did not take heed of the warnings and found themselves a goal behind in the 36th minute. Wayne Routledge darted down the right flank and sent a cross to the back post, which was headed back across goal by Scott Sinclair for Sigurdsson to nod home.
Chants of 'Come on Fulham' rang out around Craven Cottage at the start of the second period as the home faithful tried to spur their side on.
But it was Swansea that looked in control and few could argue when they doubled their advantage in the 66th minute. Sigurdsson was again the scorer as he slotted past Schwarzer after outfoxing the Fulham defence with a neat one-two with Routledge.
The Cottagers were made to pay for a misplaced Philippe Senderos pass in the 77th minute as the ball was worked to Allen, who went past the Switzerland international to fire home.
The home support left in their droves after Swansea's third, although the only moment of note they missed was a Dempsey shot that Vorm tipped on to the bar.