Saturday was something of a mixed bag for Russell Martin's Swans.

An awful first-half saw them fall to a 3-0 deficit away to Luton Town, only to shock the Hatters with a second-half comeback to secure a point at Kenilworth Road.

The fact that the two sides ended matters level on the scoreboard was testament to an incredible turnaround from Swansea City, but that the two sides remained level in terms of personnel numbers can only be put down to a bizarre oversight from referee Tony Harrington.

It's not often you get yellow-carded after being kicked in the shin off the ball but, for Swans star Ryan Manning, that was exactly what happened on Saturday.

Manning was on the receiving end of a wild kick from Henri Lansbury in the first-half as the Luton midfielder tried to take a quick free-kick.

Incredibly, Lansbury didn't even see red for the kick - instead receiving the same punishment as Manning; a yellow card.

The reason for Manning's punishment was for kicking the ball away just before Lansbury took the free-kick, which is why the Luton man will claim he made the crunching contact with Manning's shins.

However, it's hard to imagine that Lansbury wasn't aware of Manning's presence in front of him - even if he wasn't expecting the ball to be kicked away.

Post-match, Manning took to Twitter to address the incident in hilarious fashion.

The Swans star tweeted: "Anyone find a shin floating about Luton let me know."

The clip was also posted on social media, where views were somewhat mixed on whether a red card should have been brandished - with some even proclaiming that only Manning should have received a card.

Yesterday's point saw the Swans finally break their mini-drought in front of goal, with the solitary point leaving them just outside the relegation zone in 21st, while Luton are just outside the top half in 13th - though only three points separate them in the table.

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