After three consecutive losses, Manchester United have finally managed to snatch a win to lift the spirits of David Moyes and the fans.
The roars are still rumbling at Old Trafford.
There were deep concerns ahead of the game, United having lost to Swansea just last weekend, sending them out of the FA Cup with their heads held low.
It was speculated that Swansea would be able to defeat David Moyes’ side once again.
Well, Swansea City defended well for the first half, holding Manchester United to a 0-0 draw going into the locker room at half time. Unfortunately, they were unable to do the same in the second half.
Goals from Antonio Valencia and Danny Welbeck in the early part of the second half led the Red Devils to the win at Old Trafford against Swansea.
The first goal came from Valencia’s shot off the rebound of Gerhard Tremmel, who made the save against Kagawa’s header but couldn't reach the second shot.
Welbeck put away the second goal with half-an-hour left to seal the deal.
But what made the difference yesterday in comparison to the loss midweek?
One notable difference is Shinji Kagawa, who started yesterday's match and played every second.
The Japanese international didn’t manage to snatch a goal from the matchup but he was more than involved in the entire game, putting massive pressure on the Swansea defence throughout the entirety of the 90 minutes.
The chemistry between Kagawa, Evra, Valencia, Januzaj, and Welbeck has given United enough to comeback from their losing streak.
Had it not been for several fantastic saves from Gerhard Tremmel, Swansea could have found themselves four or five down at the final whistle.
So it seems the Red Devils are back to winning ways, but can the comeback kings keep this up against Chelsea on Super Sunday?