The result was harsh on Swansea, who remained competitive throughout the contest, but United's extra quality in the final third eventually proved the difference and Jose Mourinho's side already boast a strong goal difference while sitting at the top of the standings
Chelsea, who had club captain Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas sent off, trailed 3-0 at the interval, and despite finding a route back into the match in the second period, Burnley held on for their first ever Premier League victory at Chelsea.
The Craig Shakespeare side have yet to beat the Gunners in the Premier League era with their last league win coming in 1983, while it is a decade further back since the last time the Foxes won away at Arsenal
Speaking against the backdrop of of their 4-1 loss on penalties to Arsenal in the Community Shield at Wembley on Sunday, the wing back said: “Not the ending we were hoping for on Sunday in the end but we feel fit and ready for a big season ahead. Fans were amazing #CFC.”