‘Giant’ Romelu Lukaku credited with inspiring Man United victory

Arnold Nichols
September 5, 2018

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho picked up a potentially job-saving win over the weekend after his troops came away from Burnley with a 2-0 triumph, which followed back-to-back defeats to Brighton and Tottenham.

Striker English "Manchester United" Romelu Lukaku commented on the victory over "Burnley" within the match of the fourth spherical of the championship of Russian Federation, stories Sport24. He prepared [for] the game in a very good way.

"I think he is dealing very well with the pressure", he said.

"He knows what he is doing, for sure", the Serbia global told MUTV.

"You know, in the match I am not looking to the sky - unless I am asking something for the guy to give me help", Mourinho said of the banner. "Paul's scored some good ones for us". "You know what he won in his career so that shows you everything". However, Mourinho is happy that his team have returned back to winning ways.

"The people will now see a different side of us", he added.

At the final whistle, the United manager made a point of applauding the travelling fans - handing his jacket to one supporter - who were vocal in their support throughout the game signing "Jose Mourinho" and "Mourinho's red and white army".


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When they return to action, United will face two really tough back to back games in the form of Watford and Young Boys, with the latter signalling the start of their Champions League campaign this season.

"OK, the second half was bad but we have to keep this spirit and think about every game and be positive. But the important thing is he is back to goals and we're back to victories".

Dyche explained: "We've been trying to monitor the workload of the players, equally monitoring the ones who have laid down a little bit of a marker and done well". Everybody wanted to win.

"Paul's one of the best players in the world, he's a feel player, a lot of players need to run up and know that they're doing, but he likes to feel what the opposition is doing", said Hart.

Romelu Lukaku's brace was all that the visitors needed to grab their second win in the ongoing league season and rank 10th on the log.

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