Wayne Rooney and James Wilson applaud the travelling Manchester United fans

Manchester United named Premier League's loudest fans despite late push by Chelsea according to 'Smart Meter' app

Manchester United's fans can lay claim to being the loudest in the Premier League, although Jose Mourinho's criticism spurred the Chelsea faithful on to give them a real run for their money this weekend.

Manuel Pellegrini

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The Premier League champions laboured to victory over Swansea on Saturday

Yaya Toure puts City into the lead

Manchester City vs Swansea: Yaya Toure is 'improving with every game', says Manuel Pellegrini

Ivorian scored the winner in a tight game against Swansea

Yaya Toure puts City into the lead

Manchester City vs Swansea match report: Yaya Toure gives champions something to shout about as City sink Swans

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Manchester City vs Swansea team news: Vincent Kompany returns from injury as Stevan Jovetic partners Sergio Aguero in attack

City make three changes while Swansea welcome back Nathan Dyer following win over Arsenal

Manuel Pellegrini looks on from the touchline

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Yaya Toure in action for Manchester City

Statistical preview to the Premier League: Manchester City vs Swansea; Everton vs West Ham; Arsenal vs Manchester United

WhoScored.com return to rattle off the stats of the top matches in the Premier League this weekend

Premier League weekend review: Arsenal bottle it again; Spurs suffer another Europa League hangover; Chelsea march on

Video: The Independent looks back at the major headlines from the weekend's Premier League action

Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez

Alexis Sanchez trolled on Twitter by Swansea duo Wayne Routledge and Angel Rangel for over-confident tweet

The Chilean was hopeful of seeing all three points return with Arsenal to London

Jon Walters scores Stoke's second

Seven things we learnt this weekend: Juan Mata won't disappear, Chelsea are better than everyone, Europa League not helping Tottenham

The lessons learnt from the latest round of fixtures in the Premier League, including options at Southampton and the return of Andy Carroll

Arsene Wenger reacts during Arsenal's 2-1 defeat to Swansea

Swansea vs Arsenal: Arsene Wenger concedes nobody can catch Chelsea in title race if they maintain current form

Wenger was speaking after his side managed another collapse in the 2-1 defeat to Swansea

Arsene Wenger looks on at the Liberty Stadium

Swansea 2 Arsenal 1: Arsene Wenger admits finding it 'difficult to explain how we lost the lead'

Alexis Sanchez had put the Gunners ahead in the 63rd minute

A meme of Arsenal's badge for this season

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