Kept a clean sheet and his concentration, especially to deny Sigurdsson on three occasions in the second half.
Had to keep his concentration to handle Dyer. Got forward well and forced Vorm into action in the first half with a powerful shot from the edge of the penalty area.
Sometimes rather clumsy but stuck tight to Sinclair and offered support for Valencia in front of him.
Rarely troubled by Graham as he showed his know-how to constantly force the Swansea striker away from goal.
Strong and powerful in central defence and had a good understanding with Ferdinand.
Composed in central midfield as he looked to get the ball out to the wide men quickly. His shot fell to Scholes for the opener.
Top of the Match
The England winger was lively throughout and scored United's second of the game with a superb sweeping finish into the bottom corner. Could also have won a penalty after going to ground under a robust challenge from Rangel.
Uncharacteristically sloppy early on as he conceded possession with poor touches but put United ahead in the 28th minute with a classy flick to divert Carrick's shot into the net. Neat passing but seemed wound up before being replaced by Cleverley midway through the second half.
Caused Taylor problems with his pace and strength, highlighted by a scorching run in the build-up to Scholes' goal. Accurate crossing into the box from the right.
Summed up the frustration of the day for United as he was booked for the first time this season for a desperate, lunging challenge. Linked up United's attacks well and was involved in Young's goal with a powerful shot that was blocked by Rangel.
Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez
The Mexican's movement in the penalty area was sharp but he lacked a killer touch, twice heading over the cross bar from dangerous positions under no pressure.
Replaced Ferdinand two minutes from time.
Came on for Scholes in the 68th minute and helped United see the game out as he kept possession well.
The Bulgarian came on in the second half for probably his last appearance at Old Trafford in a United shirt. Did nothing of note.
The Dutch keeper was not always convincing under crosses but made some sharp stops to prevent United increasing the scoreline.
Some strong last-ditch blocks and tough tackling from the central defender. Solid display.
Composed on the ball and played some good attacking passes. Stuck to his task against Valencia but struggled to handle the Ecuadorian's pace.
Good positioning and strong heading from the young defender. Perhaps a little slow to react to loose balls on a couple of occasions.
Flop of the Match
Never really got to grips with Young and could have conceded a penalty after bringing down the United winger in the first half. Did make some strong blocks and, like the rest of his team, was comfortable on the ball.
Looked lively in the first half as he showed his quick feet and pace - but faded after the break and was very quiet.
Wriggled into good positions but on more than one occasion but his final shot was poor. Replaced by Moore in the 71st minute.
The Wales international looked at home against Scholes and Carrick. Covered all parts of the field, linking Swansea attacks with intelligent passing.
Replaced by Britton at the break after an unremarkable 45 minutes in which he seemed to be off the pace - or struggling with an injury.
The Icelandic midfielder didn't add to his excellent scoring record but went close as he shot at De Gea's goal from around the edge of the penalty area. Picked the ball up in pockets of space and went closest with a curling free kick over the wall in the second half.
Led the line with a committed performance but didn't have the pace or technique to get the better of the United defence.
Came on in the dying seconds to a hero's reception from the Swansea fans.
Half-time replacement for Gower. Comfortable on the ball but sometimes positionally suspect in a defensive sense.
Came on for Dyer midway through the second half but had very little impact and struggled to get away from United defenders.