Manchester United's Lukaku: There's plenty of goals in this team

Manchester United's Lukaku: There's plenty of goals in this team

It hasn't been completely straight forward for Mourinho and his preparation has been disrupted by a hamstring injury to Paul Pogba.

It had all started so well.

United's league record had been flawless until they were held to a 2-2 draw at Stoke last Saturday, although the disappointment of conceding twice was mitigated by the impressive scoring form of Lukaku and Marcus Rashford.

Koeman's work in this summer's transfer window was generally viewed as positive with the acquisition of Jordan Pickford, Michael Keane, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Davy Klaassen as well as the return of Wayne Rooney to his boyhood club.

United's manager also argues that Rooney had an easier job scoring goals at United, because the Premier League was a more attack-minded competition for much of his time at the club.

Rooney has taken a locker in that particular room at club level on just two previous occasions, the most recent of which was the aforementioned outing on Boxing Day 2003.

The loss of Lukaku to United has been a bitter pill for Everton fans to swallow.

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Pogba has been in rich vein of form so far this season, scoring two goals and assisting as many as his goals in four Premier League games.

"We are just focusing on Arsenal now which is a tough, tough game on Sunday", said Chelsea's former Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

In terms of Rojo, his importance to the side was huge last season, and losing him to injury was a big blow for Mourinho - and while the defence has coped without him, the United boss will be counting down the days until he returns. Everton have gone into a tailspin, and although Koeman remains confident the decline won't last, I'd be very surprised if Old Trafford provides the light at the end of the tunnel. While Manchester United have won their three home games this season, Everton are riding a three-game losing streak.

"The more things change, the more they stay the same".

"I feel good", Ibrahimovic told Inside United.

"The way the team plays I think they have to, when a team doesn't create a lot, doesn't have the ball, when it's just a reactive team, it's more hard".

The 29-year-old has enjoyed a reprieve at Old Trafford under Jose Mourinho with his physical presence and ability to chip in with vital goals making him an important asset in midfield.

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