De Gea & Lingard in BBC's Premier League Team of the Week
The BBC's Garth Crooks has picked two of United's players as this week's best performers.
David De Gea:
"I saw one slip through his fingers in midweek against Argentina but that didn't affect David de Gea one bit. Against Swansea the Spain international was back to his best. Two saves from Tammy Abraham, before which De Gea had had nothing to do, were absolutely magnificent.
"The first save De Gea made from the Swansea striker suggested his hand was made of bronze, such was the strength in his wrist. The second save was equally impressive as he had to read the pitch of the ball before it reared up violently towards goal. How he kept the ball from entering the net I will never know. United are winning matches under Jose Mourinho but still not looking great."
"This lad has to be in England's starting XI for the World Cup on current form. Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has tried to use Lingard sparingly this season but failed. All credit to this young player, he has not only bulldozed his way into United's starting line-up but he's currently running the show.
"Lingard was involved in all of United's goals against Swansea while displaying a range of passes in his repertoire. Could Gareth Southgate play both Lingard and Dele Alli in the same England team? Or is it too much like Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard? Nice thought though."