Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Lukaku Scores First Goal For Manchester United And Mourinho Is Happy For Him

The new signed striker of Manchester United, Romelu Lukaku, has scored his first Manchester United goal as Jose Mourinho’s side overcame Real Salt Lake 2-1 in a friendly in Los Angeles. Lukaku, 24-year-old Belgian player, who signed from Everton for £75m, got the winner seven minutes before half-time to add to Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s equaliser. Reacting to his first goal, Mourinho said “is nice for him but not important for me.” “I told him I love what he does.

 He assists, he moves. He holds the ball well. I like everything he does” However, United lost Juan Mata to injury and Antonio Valencia was then sent off for a tackle on Saucedo, referee Allen Chapman speaking to Mourinho before belatedly dismissing the Ecuadorian. “The delay was because the referee asked me to change the players and I didn’t because I don’t agree with the card,” added the Old Trafford boss. “Saucedo was really aggressive with what happened to Mata and some other actions where he was a bit dangerous. It’s pre-season so no problem – it’s a good experience.”


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