Swansea City vs Manchester United English Premier League

Swansea City vs Manchester United English Premier League

Kevin Kilbane covered the game for Off the Ball and speaking to Nathan Murphy after the match, he said: "Well, I think realistically, we may have gone over the top last week Nathan, and people might suggest it was a poor side they were playing against".

Many believe they are now genuine title contenders, as their opening 4-0 thrashing against West Ham suggests that they're no longer a side that struggle to turn draws into wins.

Man United showed another good, mature display in a slightly tricky match during the first 75 minutes. Maybe there is a creative solution that would allow for having both Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford in the first team, but I can't claim the intelligence enough to know how to do that.

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It was a match that United ought to win.

Jose Mourinho's side look much better equipped now to deal with sides who sit deep and try to frustrate them; their attacking verve was too much for a defensively minded Hammers side last Sunday.

Jose Mourinho: "One point away against a good team like Southampton is a very positive result for them so I am waiting for a hard match".

"I think the team is confident and both matches winning 1-0 at half-time we didn't start the second-half looking like we have to keep a clean sheet to win the match".

Machester United continued their flawless start to the new Premier League season when they defeated Swansea 4-0 on Saturday.

"The first goal is always important in this league".

"We absolutely need more quality players to come in, so we have a chance of being competitive this year", Clement said.

"The goals they scored were excellent, they really were - especially Pogba and Martial".

MF Paul Pogba, 9 - The match started off and Pogba looked like he might get sent off before the afternoon was over.

Socceroos gloveman Mat Ryan's tough start to life in the Premier League has continued after Shinji Okazaki struck early and Harry Maguire netted a header from a corner as Leicester City beat Brighton 2-0 at home.