Romelu Lukaku has said that life at Manchester United is ‘totally different’ under new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after their winning run was extended to four.
The contrast between Manchester United‘s football, and results, have been like comparing night and day when looking at what was being served up by Solskjaer’s predecessor, Jose Mourinho.
Since his sacking, United have scored 14 goals in four games, with Wednesday’s 2-0 win over Newcastle the latest win in their mini-resurgence.
While Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba have taken starring roles under the Norwegian caretaker, Romelu Lukaku is back among the goals, with two goals in two substitute appearances. Speaking after the game, the Belgian admitted that everyone at the club is learning from the United legend:
“You have to be ready as a sub, that’s what the manager asks of me. I knew that the goalkeeper might fumble it, you have to gamble,” Lukaku told Sky Sports.
“It’s totally different with the new manager, we are all learning from him, so far so good.”
Next up for United is a home tie against Reading in the FA Cup.