Manchester United's five-game Premier League winning streak ended when Swansea held the first-place Red Devils to a 1-1 tie Sunday.

Patrice Evra put visiting United ahead in the 16th minute when he headed Robin Van Persie's corner kick past goalkeeper Michel Vorm.

Michu tied the score in the 29th when Evra was caught out by Jonathan De Guzman's run and goalkeeper David De Gea could only parry De Guzman's angled shot, leaving Michu in front to tap the ball in.

Van Persie hit the crossbar in the second half for United (14-3-1), which played its first tie of the season. Defending champion Manchester City (11-1-6) is four points back, in second place after beating Reading 1-0 Saturday on Gareth Barry's injury-time goal.