Swansea City v Manchester United


Anthony Martial has warned Manchester United not to get carried away by their impressive start to the Premier League season as the leaders head to Swansea on Saturday.

Goals in the 80th, 82nd and 84th minutes added to a first half strike gave Manchester Uniteda thumping win over Swansea City on Saturday.

The Frenchman's 84′ goal, his second in two games this season, means it's time for Jose Mourinho to truly implement the Martial plan.

Here is our pick of some of the best reactions to the game on Twitter, from fans using #MUFC.

There was no creativity and - with the generous allowance of a Martin Olsson overhead kick as an on-target attempt by official statisticians - Swansea managed their first goalbound effort in two games.

Sir Alex Ferguson's United scored 18 goals in their first four league games of the 2011-12 season and were still pipped to the title by Manchester City. "Destined for a big season". In the end, it was Anthony Martial who finished the proceedings with the fourth goal of the match, thereby completing a dominant win over Swans.

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Having initially struggled to unlock their opponents' well-drilled defence despite taking the lead, United then opened the floodgates after 80 minutes as Romelu Lukaku confidently struck his third goal in two games for the club.

It was not that Manchester United dominated all through.

Manchester United (Man U) left it to the last 10 minutes to sink Swansea in their second English Premier League match, with three quick-fire goals.

United, who scored twice late on to beat West Ham by the same score last weekend, have one of the strongest benches in the league and it was Martial's 75th-minute introduction that began the mayhem.

"Whereas last week at Southampton I was more disappointed with the performance than the result, today I am more disappointed with the result rather than some of the things we did".

"We are using that to improve and next week we have one more hard match [against Leicester City]".