Manchester United ended their four-game winless streak in the English Premier League with a 3-1 win over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday and condemned the hosts to a 10th straight Premier League match without a win.
The result saw United climb up to sixth in the Premier League table with their first away league win since August.
Paul Pogba's half-volley from 20 yards out gave the Red Devils the lead after 15 minutes before a brace from Zlatan Ibrahimovic gave Jose Mourinho's men a 3-0 lead into the interval in a one-sided first half.
Swansea coach Bob Bradley made two changes at half-time to try to breathe life into his side following an abject first-half display.
And Swansea finally began to show some response from the hour mark, with Jefferson Montero and Angel Rangel firing the team's first shots of the match wide in quick succession after 60 minutes.
Mike van der Hoorn scored a late consolatory goal in the 69th minute of the encounter for Swansea when he escaped his marker in the area to head in Gylfi Sigurdsson's freekick into the bottom corner.
Swansea remain joint bottom of the table with just five points from 11 games – their worst ever start to a Premier League season.