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The Dutchman introduced Nani in place of striker Javier Hernandez at half-time, with the hosts switching to a 4-2-3-1 system, and United responded immediately.
Juan Mata’s right-wing corner was flicked on by Phil Jones and Rooney hooked home a spectacular close-range volley at the back post.
Rooney came close to putting United ahead with a free-kick that hit the outside of the post in the 66th minute.
But it was Swansea who claimed the winning goal when Icelandic midfielder Sigurdsson — back at the club after two years at Tottenham Hotspur — slammed home from Wayne Routledge’s mishit volley.
Later on Saturday, last season’s FA Cup winners Arsenal will begin their campaign at home to Crystal Palace.
With manager Tony Pulis having left Palace on Friday after a reported disagreement with co-chairman Steve Parish, assistant coach Keith Millen will be in temporary charge for the trip to the Emirates Stadium.
Elsewhere, Championship winners Leicester City will play their first top-flight game since 2004 when they host Everton, while fellow promoted side Queens Park Rangers welcome Hull City to Loftus Road.
In the day’s other games, Alan Irvine begins his career as West Bromwich Albion manager at home to Sunderland, Tottenham Hotspur visit London rivals West Ham United, and Stoke City host Aston Villa.
Champions City travel to Newcastle United on Sunday, with Liverpool, the side they pipped to last season’s title, hosting Southampton. Chelsea, third last season, visit promoted Burnley on Monday.
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