24-year-old reveals he snubbed Manchester United this summer

Kristopher Nichols
September 19, 2017

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has described his strike against Everton as "just another goal" and played down the celebration he directed at his former club's fans.

Manchester United took the lead in the fourth minute via a stunning goal by Antonio Valencia which is sure to be a contender for the goal of the season.

Arguably, they should at least have got on the scoreboard but their record signing Alexandre Lacazette missed an open goal in the first half.

Elsewhere, in London two cross town rivals, current holders Chelsea and Arsenal fought out a frustrating goalless derby draw.

In a game of, it was Manchester United that trampled Everton, 4-0, at Old Trafford on Sunday.

"But if [Henrikh] Mkhitaryan [the United midfielder] gets one year to adapt to the Premier League, we have eight new players, maybe I give them one year to adapt".

In Sunday's other match, Chelsea was held to a 0-0 draw for the first time in nearly 20 months when Arsenal produced the type of disciplined display lacking during recent setbacks to frustrate the Premier League champions.

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He said, "But he was out so I let the players take the decision".

Manchester United secured a 4-0 win against Everton at Old Trafford on Sunday.

In an article of its own, Express says Mkhitaryan, alongside Valencia and Lukaku shone against Everton.

It wasn't the club's finest performance of the season, with the midfield labouring in the absence of Paul Pogba.

"I read the United programme and my colleague told me about Everton spending £140m and so they need to go for the top four", said Koeman.

The scoreline seemed harsh but Koeman's men have not won in six games in all competitions, losing their last four without scoring and conceding 12 goals in the process. A little bit of pressure because of the bad results but they came with pride and with quality and they started giving us some little difficulties. "I'm sorry. If there's anybody in this room and outside and sees this as something realistic for us, please comment". It's really hard, as a manager you try to help and support them but when the whistle starts, it's all about you and your teammates.

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