'Quality and clinical' goals delight Moyes

Manchester United manager David Moyes says that his side were 'clinical in attack' scoring absolutely "brilliant goals" in their 4-1 victory away at Swansea.

Robin Van Persie scored two spectacular goals and Danny Welbeck doubled his Premier League goal tally for the whole of last season, by also scoring twice in the game. A goal from Wilfred Bony in the 82 minute was nothing more than a consolation for the Swans.

Moyes said that he was "excited" going in to his first Premier League game as Manchester United manager and admitted that he would have to win more matches than he did as the Everton boss.

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