It's Still September & Romelu Lukaku Already Has 10 Man Utd Goals

It's Still September & Romelu Lukaku Already Has 10 Man Utd Goals

Javier Howell
October 3, 2017

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Romelu Lukaku has started all of Manchester United's games in the Premier League and Champions League, but the Belgian striker can not expect a break just yet, manager Jose Mourinho has said.

Just 16 months into the job, the man charged with the task of returning former glories to Old Trafford has set about that challenge with aplomb. "It shows the manager has trust in me and I've got to repay him and I think I've been doing that in the games I've played".

It was a night of a number of achievements and to start with; it was Eric Bailly's first Champions League appearance for Manchester United.

While Matic was fairly predictable, Herrera's name may surprise some fans considering he has only made one league start all season, which came on Saturday during United's 4-0 win against Crystal Palace.

"I have the hope to see them in training and to have a positive answer, so long-term injuries I don't speak about them".

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The manager, who will use Bakary Sako as a makeshift forward, said: "I've only had to go without a recognised centre-forward before when I was at Blackburn".

Martial is clearly capable of taking in more minutes - he is, after all, an investment which could cost United £58 million - but he is also still young and facing intense competition for limited places. Whereas over the a year ago or two, you're looking at them and thinking, "They'll win a League Cup" or the so-called lesser trophies.

The Belgian global striker has been an inspiration for both club and country so far this season, scoring 14 goals in 11 games for United and Belgium.

"He's a good player, a good age, he knows the Premier League", Keane said on ITV.

"For all top United strikers over the years, [the test] has been scoring the big goals in the big games".