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Michael Laudrup wants Swansea to learn the lessons from their poor opening half-hour against Everton at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday.
The dominant manner of the Toffees' 3-0 Premier League win took the wind out of Swansea's sails after an encouraging start to life under Laudrup.
They racked up eight goals in their wins against QPR and West Ham, but they have conceded five and scored none in losses to Aston Villa and the Toffees.
Laudrup said: "You always have to be concerned when you concede goals or you don't score. It's a combination.
"The most important thing we can learn from this game, and what we have to talk about, is why we had to wait 30 minutes to come into the game, which we knew would be very difficult.
"That should be the main concern for us all from this game."
Swansea head to Crawley in the Carling Cup third round on Tuesday, before facing Stoke at the Britannia Stadium in the Premier League on Saturday.