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Last night Manchester United attacker Lukaku gave the reds defense a heated time at Old Trafford earned the accolades from his manager though, he was unable to score for his side.

 

The special one avouches that last night he was happy to see his front man Lukaku giving a hard time to the Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren, In Manchester United’ triumph over Liverpool.

 

Last night at the Old Trafford Lukaku outmuscled the Liverpool defenders Lovern and their right back Trent Alexander-Arnold, in their 2-1 victory over them.

 

Though Lukaku not able to put his name on the score sheet last night, despite that his manager his happy with his performance after he made an impact on the game, with his muscle power.

 

After the match, Mourinho voiced: "We gave options to the players. I am not the kind of mechanic coach that says A pass to B, B to C, C to D. We have different options,"

 

"We have also the possibility of the long ball to [Scott] McTominay and to play against [Andrew] Robertson in the air. Lukaku was confident from experience that he could be dominant towards Lovren."

 

Last night the youngster Marcos Rashford on fire, he scored a brace for the Red Devils in the first half, last night Rashford’s two shots were the only shots on target for Manchester United, last night he scored those goals in front of the England manager Gareth Southgate.

About the youngster’s performance, the special one opined: "He scored two goals in a big match against a top-class opponent,"

 

"The good thing was he scored from the first chance he had, because the last few months that was not happening with him and he was feeling that a little bit in terms of his confidence.

 

"But today a big game, probably unexpectedly, we trusted him, we felt the game could be adapted to his quality. He is improving a lot in training and sometimes that's the point.

 

"You are not in the training ground, you don't see what's going on, the self-confidence, the moods, and the feeling with him was that he was improving in the last few weeks."