"Before the game we felt a point would be good, but afterwards it feels massive because of the circumstances of the game".
"There were so many positive things which we have seen today in terms of how we dominated them, how we created our opportunities and how we kept the balance behind the ball and never let them have a breather".
Swansea goalkeeper Lucasz Fabianski produced a brilliant save to push Steve Mounie's second-half volley on to the crossbar and Huddersfield forward Tom Ince's header bounced against a post in the final minute.
Although these two sides have not met for a while, Huddersfield will be familiar foes of Carvalhal.
Australia worldwide Mooy suffered a cut in last month's 4-1 league victory against Bournemouth and was ruled out of the club's next two league games after developing an infection.
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Lyon admitted that Australia's collapse was disappointing but said he was confident they could fight back. But ahead of the second Test, Sutherland warned that the Australian public expects better from players.
The managers were at odds over Ayew's straight red card after both had viewed video footage.
Swansea have lost just twice in 16 matches in all competitions under Carvalhal, who used another musical analogy to sum up his side's afternoon.
"At the end we are really happy. We got a point because my players showed big character". "This is one point where the taste is better sometimes than three points".
It would be very easy to become negative based on these statistics but Wagner was keen to focus on the positives in regards to what he believed to be a very good team performance. We had four, five, six clear-cut chances. We had to defend, but that didn't just mean putting everybody in our box.
Carvalhal said his club may appeal, while Wagner was in no doubt the Ghana international's dismissal was justified.
He added: "I have no idea which one he has seen".