Last night Swansea qualified for the Capital One Cup and in all honesty they probably deserved it, they took the gifts from Branislav Ivanovic in the first leg and defended them with panache.
This tie was an exercise in frustration, in the first leg we played good football but failed to score and were punished for lapses in concentration with some clinical finishing.
The second leg will be overshadowed by the Hazard story but in truth the game was lost by the point he got overzealous with a ball boy.
Despite starting with Demba Ba instead of Fernando Torres we failed to create many chances and were out of ideas going forward and vulnerable at the back. In truth only Juan Mata threatened to get something going.
Swansea defended stoically and did not allow us to settle or play the way we wanted, our loud and passionate away following were unable to inspire the required drive and ambition from the players to change the game.
Having lost our chance to go to Wembley I am drawn the underdog story of the season, the fact that Bradford City have made the final.
Bradford have dispatched three Premier League teams including Arsenal to reach this stage, you will struggle to find a more unlikely and impressive continuous David v Goliath story in football.
I am going to get caught up in the moment and throw my support for the Bantams to finish what they started.
They have already achieved the improbable if they achieve the impossible their side assembled for just £7,000 will secure the future of their club (if they have not already), qualify for Europe and prove that nothing is impossible.
The reality is that few believe they will do it but all football bets are a balance between your heart and your head and on this occasion I am going to go with my heart and back them to do it.