A Brace from Samir Nasri and a single goal from Alvaro Negredo secured a 3-0 victory for Manchester City against Swansea City at the Etihad Stadium.
The victory sees City move up to third in the standings six points behind leaders Arsenal.
The home side went ahead in the 8th minute, Alvaro Negredo smashing home a freekick on the edge of the box.
The Swans nearly equalised in the 13th minute, Jonjo Shelvy's shot from outside produced a fine save from Costel Pantilimon.
Martin Demichelis almost doubled City's lead in the 29th minute, the defender's header crashed against the crossbar, following Samir Nasri's corner.
Samir Nasri doubled the home side's lead in the 59th minute, after some good play by Yaya Toure, Nasri calmly slotted past Gerhard Tremmel.
Nasri made it 3-0 for City in the 76th minute, after Pablo Zabaleta teed up the Frenchman for his second goal of the game.
Nasri nearly got his hat-trick, after some unselfish play by Edin Dzeko, who teed up the Frenchman, who's effort went inches wide.