Manchester United end slump as West Ham & Sunderland record vital wins - Saturday's Premier League action in pictures

Manchester United can breathe a sigh of relief after ending their three-game run of defeats with a victory over Swansea City.

Elsewhere in the Premier League, Everton moved fourth with a 2-0 win over Norwich, while Tottenham kept pace with Roberto Martinez's charges by beating Crystal Palace by the same score at White Hart Lane.

West Ham registered their first win since November 30 after spoiling Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first home game in charge with Cardiff City. Sunderland were inspired a Adam Johnson hat-trick, while Adam Lallana scored the winner for Southampton.

Goal brings you the best images from Saturday's action...

Jose Mourinho gestures during the first half against Hull City

Ducks swim past Craven Cottage on the River Thames

David Luiz faces the wrath of Jake Livermore after a challenge

Eden Hazard celebrates ninth Premier League goal of the season

Fernando Torres completes Chelsea's win over Hull City

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer addresses the Cardiff City crowd before kick-off

Jason Puncheon aims for the top corner with his penalty against Tottenham

...but he fails to put Crystal Palace in front as the ball is rifled over

Everton's new signing Aiden McGeady unveiled in front of fans at Goodison Park

Gareth Barry celebrates Everton's opener against Norwich City

Adam Johnson puts Sunderland ahead at Fulham

Ray Wilkins and Rene Meulensteen give instructions to their Fulham players

Carlton Cole puts West Ham ahead against Cardiff City

Adam Lallana dedicates his winning goal against West Brom to his mum

Jermain Defoe wraps up Tottenham's 2-0 win over Crystal Palace

Adam Johnson celebrates his hat-trick against Fulham

Mark Noble ensures West Ham register their first win in seven league games

Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy fails to keep out Kevin Mirallas' free kick

Antonio Valencia opens the scoring against Swansea City

Jordi Amat and Chico Flores after Danny Welbeck puts Manchester United two goals ahead