As it stands - The 2-1 win moved us back to within two points of leaders Leicester City, who beat Norwich 1-0 on Saturday. We edged three points ahead of Arsenal after United beat the Gunners 3-2 at Old Trafford.
Record-equalling run in the Premier League - Sunday's win made it six on the trot in the Premier League and that equals our best yet in the PL era, set between October 23-December 3, 2011. The club's best ever is a run of 13 straight wins between April 23-October 1, 1960 - famously including the first 11 matches of the double campaign.
Below: Our chalkboard shows our 34 attempts at goal!
Goals - Spurs - Chadli (70, 1-1), Rose (77, 2-1); Swansea - Paloschi (19, 0-1).
Keeping the ball - We enjoyed 57% possession over the match.
Passing game - We made 447 passes to Swansea's 316.
Shooting boots - We had an incredible 34 attempts at goal (including blocked). That includes 14 on target, seven from inside the box. Christian Eriksen had four efforts on target.
Below: Christian's passes into Dele Alli
Busy day for Christian - Christian Eriksen played slightly deeper than usual and had 103 touches including 71 passes at a 83% success rate.
Lukasz just Fab - Lukasz Fabianski made 12 saves.
Getting stuck in - We won 11 of 15 tackles. We forced Swansea into 24 tackles, of which they won 16.
Below: Danny Rose's stats
Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Lloris (c), Walker, Alderweireld, Wimmer, Rose, Dier, Eriksen, Lamela (Chadli 62), Alli, Son (Mason 75), Kane (Onomah 84). Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Davies, Trippier, Bentaleb.
Swansea (4-4-2) - Fabianski, Rangel, Fernandez, Williams (c), Taylor, Britton (Fer 75), Cork, Ki (Gomis 84), Sigurdsson, Ayew, Paloschi. Substitutes (not used): Nordfeldt, Amat, Routledge, Naughton, Barrow.
Yellow cards - Spurs – Rose, Walker; Swansea – Williams, Paloschi, Ayew.
Referee - Mike Jones.
Attendance - 35,922.