Swansea earned their first Premier League points of the season with a 2-0 win over a lifeless West Bromwich Albion side at The Hawthorns.
Ben Davies opened the scoring with an exquisitely-executed volley before Pablo Hernandez made the game safe with a late finish from close range.
The damage might have been worse as they threatened to run away with it in the second half - Hernandez hit the crossbar from the edge of the box, while Wayne Routledge spurned his chance when played clean through.
West Brom failed to score for the third game in a row this season despite Nicolas Anelka playing 90 minutes, and were jeered by a section of the crowd at full-time.
They never came closer than when James Morrison failed to direct a free header on target, and slip bottom of the table with no goals and one point to their name.
PRE-MATCH: Nicolas Anelka started for West Brom after returning to the squad following bereavement, while Boaz Myhill got the nod to replace the injured Ben Foster in goal. Ashley Williams, Wilfried Bony and Jonjo Shelvey returned for Swansea.
16' MORRISON MISS: Scott Sinclair picks out James Morrison with a perfect free kick but the header is way off target.
22' GOAL - West Bromwich Albion 0-1 Swansea City: Ben Davies sidefoots a brilliant volley into the top-left corner, meeting a lofted cross from Pablo Hernandez.
31' ANELKA GOES CLOSE: Anelka, who has troubled Chico Flores with his pace, sprints clear down the right channel but shoots just wide of the left-hand post.
70' Gareth McAuley makes a vital last ditch tackle on Wayne Routledge, who has been played clean through.
83' GOAL - West Bromwich Albion 0-2 Swansea City: Hernandez makes the result safe with a cool strike after Michu tees him up eight yards out. It is a simple finish with Boaz Myhill stranded.
FULL-TIME: Boos ring out at The Hawthorns as West Brom manager Steve Clarke trudges disconsolately off.
TALKING POINT: After slowing down in the second half of last season, the Steve Clarke bandwagon has ground to a complete halt. It's too early to call West Brom a crisis club, but they could have played for days without beating Michel Vorm. Deadline-day reinforcements are a must.
West Bromwich Albion and Hartlepool United are the only teams in the top four divisions who have not scored a league goal this season.
Swansea win their first Sunday Premier League away match after losing all of their previous eight. They avoid setting a new club record of five top flight defeats in a row.
MAN OF THE MATCH
Pablo Hernandez (Swansea City): Just about the stand-out performer from a solid team performance. Certainly his positive runs and incisive passing showed the opposition exactly what they are missing.
WBA: Myhill 6, Jones 6, McAuley 6, Olsson 6, Ridgewell 5, Morrison 5, Yacob 5, Mulumbu 5, Sinclair 6, Anelka 7, Long 6. Subs: Berahino 5, Rosenberg 5, Dorrans 6.
SWANSEA: Vorm 6, Rangel 7, Williams 6, Chico Flores 7, Davies 7, Canas 7, Shelvey 6, Michu 7, Routledge 7, Hernandez 7, Bony 7. Subs: De Guzman 6, Pozuelo 6.
THE MATCH IN A TWEET