Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal believes his side can ensure Premier League survival if they continue to play like they did in the second half against Manchester United. After this, Sánchez doubled United's lead by scoring another goal in the 20th minute.
Lukaku gave United an early lead when he collected Alexis Sanchez's pass to fire in with the aid of a deflection. "At Chelsea he was obviously young but he got experiences at good clubs before he arrived at Manchester United and then mentally he is more than ready".
Playing five at the back, 14th-place Swansea offered little as United recorded a decent result and a 16th clean sheet in 31 league games, but the atmosphere was as flat as the nearby Manchester Ship Canal and it was not really the fault of the fans.
"But I think we let it go a bit, probably (because) six or seven players played global football midweek". "It is a dream come true. l'm really happy to achieve that in a league I've wanted to play in since I was six years old".
"The first half was flawless", said Mourinho.
It was the 100th goal in the Premier League for Lukaku. He was associated with the team this year in the Winter Transfer window.
"We pressed so high they didn't cross the midfielder line, they didn't have one shot".
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She ran a 12:00.11 in the 3,200-meter run, good for second and placed fourth in the 1,600-meter run, finishing in 5:45.75. The other sister in the Miller long-distance duo, Aleah Miller, took third place in the 800-meter run in 2:29.74.
"The team played very well in the first-half, so Alexis played well", said Mourinho.
Lingard lined up in the number 10 position behind striker Romelu Lukaku and was once again one of Manchester United's stand out players.
"I was surprised he saved my two shots".
Raheem Sterling slotted home the third after fine work from David Silva and the hosts never looked like mounting any sort of fightback, despite Bolasie's second-half consolation.
However, with his club second in the table and facing an FA Cup semi-final with Tottenham later this month, the manager remained upbeat.
"It is usual for us that we need to fight here, especially after a hard start, but it makes it more special at the end", Klopp said.
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