‘There’s still more to come’ warns United’s goal hero

Glossop Advertiser - - Sport - Richard Fay

UNITED for­ward Romelu Lukaku in­sists the best is yet to come from him and his side af­ter vic­tory over Burn­ley in the Premier League.

The Bel­gian in­ter­na­tional scored both goals as Jose Mour­inho’s side se­cured a valu­able three points to end a run of two games with­out a win.

De­spite his im­pres­sive dis­play, Lukaku cut a frus­trated fig­ure af­ter he squan­dered a num­ber of op­por­tu­ni­ties to add even more goals. Lukaku be­lieves his side should have scored even more at Turf Moor, but he in­sists sup­port­ers should ex­pect to see a con­tin­ued at­tack­ing ap­proach from United in the com­ing weeks.

“We are Manch­ester United - this is how we need to play ev­ery game,” Lukaku told MUTV.

“I think the peo­ple will now see a dif­fer­ent side to us, you know, ev­ery­thing that we work on in the last cou­ple of weeks is com­ing out now.

“A lot of quick pass­ing, lots of runs in be­hind, a lot of ac­tions, and a lot of chances. We de­fended well, we tried to press the ball and that’s what the fans want to see.

“It doesn’t tell the story, I think we should have scored more in the first half and more in the sec­ond half. We played bet­ter than we did last sea­son, there is much more im­prove­ment in our play and I think the fans want to see that, they want to see us to dom­i­nate, they want us to cre­ate chances, and the goals will come.”

Romelu Lukaku and team-mates cel­e­brate at Turf Moor

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