Manchester United have continued their goal-scoring galore, with a resounding second 4-0 victory over Swansea City after recording the first 4-0 victory against West Ham United in their premier league opener at Old Trafford.
United boss Jose Mourinho said he “let the horses run freely” after a blistering three-goal burst in four second-half minutes saw his team sweep aside Swansea City to continue their impressive winning start to the Premier League season.
“There was happiness in our play,” the United boss told BBC Sport. “There was no need to close the door.
“I felt in control, if you had a chance to look at me and my body language I think you could see that.”
Swansea was a more defensive side, but when Mourinho’s men unlocked their defense Bailly opened a late first-half scoring for United, giving Mourinho’s men the lead before the half time.
Romelu Lukaku scored the second goal of the match and his third goal in two games in the 80th minutes, before Pogba and Martial scored in 82nd and 84th minutes respectively to give United a record-breaking three goals in four minutes.
The win takes United to the top of the premier league table with eight goal difference from two matches