Swans boss Michael Laudrup was “pleased overall” with what he saw in the final game of the club’s USA tour.
The Swans took a 2-0 lead through Danny Graham and new signing Chico Flores against San Jose Earthquakes at the Buck Shaw Stadium.
But after making 10 changes throughout the second-half, the MLS Western Conference leaders came storming back to snatch a draw via a Steven Lenhart brace.
It left the Swans sporting one win (Ventura Fusions 1-0), one defeat (Colorado Rapids 2-1) and a 2-2 draw from their three tour games.
“I thought we did well for the first 60 to 65 minutes,’’ explained Laudrup. “We scored two good goals and could have had a couple more.
“But for the last 25 minutes we forgot to play; we forgot the ball and gave it away too soon.
“When you play 21 players over 90 minutes a lot of changes can sometimes create a lot of difficulties for your team, especially against a good side like San Jose who are top of the table for a reason.
“Overall though I’m pleased; I’m going away pleased. It was very useful for me to see what I did tonight.
“I said before the tour that I wanted to see everyone over the three games. Everyone got their chance and we have got much better every day we’ve been out here.
“Now we return to Swansea to face two competitive games against Blackpool and Stuttgart a week before we start the Premier League.’’
The squad will start making the long journey home today before arriving at the Liberty Stadium on late Thursday afternoon.
You can see the full interview with Michael Laudrup on Swans Player.