Five things we learned from Manchester United’s victory at Swansea

Manchester United got back to winning ways today with a 3-1 victory over Swansea at the Liberty Stadium to secure their first three points in the Premier League since September.

All three of United’s goals came within the first 33 minutes, which left the writing on the wall for Bob Bradley’s struggling Swansea.

Paul Pogba opened the scoring with a fine half volley from the edge of the area to grab his second Premier League goal of the season. A smart Zlatan Ibrahimovic brace then all but sealed the three points before the match had barely begun.

Swansea improved in the second half after bringing on Leroy Fer and Jefferson Montero, however could only muster a consolation goal through defender Mike Van de Hoorn on the 70th minute mark.

While Swansea are struggling, many were surprised with the performance from United who have not only struggled themselves lately, but also fielded a an almost unrecognisable XI.

Here are five things we learned from today’s game…