José Mourinho’s bad week ended on a high note as Manchester United’s big guns Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba finally began firing.
Both found the back of the net in a 3-1 win over a swak Swansea side on Sunday.
Mourinho watched from the stands at the Liberty Stadium following his touchline ban imposed by the FA.
And the Special Once could crack a smile as Ibrahimovic scored twice — his first league goals in eight weeks — and Pogba netted a superb volley.
United, much better after their midweek Europa League defeat at Fenerbahce, went ahead with a 15th minute strike from Pogba worthy of his £89million price-tag before Ibrahimovic ended his goal drought with a sharp first-half double in the space of 12 minutes.
Mike van der Hoorn offered winless Swansea manager Bob Bradley brief hope of an unlikely salvage job.