Romelu Lukaku happy to strike balance in Manchester United role
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku believes he has lastly begun to strike a balance between scoring targets and contributing to the workforce’s trigger in different methods on the pitch. The Belgian worldwide, who signed from Everton in the shut season, has scored 11 Premier League targets in 24 video games with 4 extra in the Champions League and two in the FA Cup.
“I’ve always been a goalscorer since I was a kid, so I never knew anything else. But when you play for Manchester United, you know that the team comes first,” Lukaku advised the membership’s web site (www.manutd.com). “I think I had to find the right balance between sometimes going for myself and sometimes helping the team. I think I found the right click and it’s going to benefit the team even more.” Lukaku, 24, started the season brightly with a brace towards West Ham United on his league debut for United however went off the boil shortly after, failing to discover the online in seven video games between October and November.
However, he has discovered type once more this 12 months, with three targets in 5 video games, together with two in the FA Cup. “I had a setback for about two months where I didn’t play well,” Lukaku added. “But like the rest of the team, I’ve started 2018 really well so we have to keep going, keep working hard, improve and get results.”
United, who’re second in the league desk behind neighbours Manchester City, will look to bounce again from a 2-Zero defeat by Tottenham Hotspur in midweek once they tackle 17th-placed Huddersfield Town at Old Trafford on Saturday.