Samir Nasri scored twice as Manchester City maintained its 100 percent home record and moved to third place in the Premier League with a 3-0 win over Swansea on Sunday.
In-form striker Alvaro Negredo put City in front after eight minutes with a free kick into the bottom left corner.
Nasri then exploited Yaya Toure's through ball to double his team's lead in the 58th and the French international sealed the win with a brilliant finish in the 77th.
The result lifted City to third place in the standings, six points behind leader Arsenal.
City is the only team in the Premier League with a perfect home record this season - seven wins in seven matches.