Jose Mourinho Explains Why Lukaku Did Not Celebrate His Goal

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has clarified why Romelu Lukaku declined to commend his strike at West Brom.

Lukaku scored his fifteenth GOAL of the season in the 2-1 win at The Hawthorns on Sunday.

Jesse Lingard likewise Scored in the First half as United shut the hole to Premier League pioneers Manchester City to 11 indicates after back wins.

Lukaku did not celebrate, having spent a season on credit at Albion in 2012-13, and Mourinho guaranteed the Belgium universal may have taken his lead from his chief.

He stated: “I think two reasons. One: his affection for West Bromwich Albion. He was a glad child here, they help him to feel adored, they influenced him to feel at home. It was here he detonated in the Premier League.

“Presumably the second thing would he say he is takes a gander at me and I don’t praise as well and he says, ‘On the off chance that he doesn’t commend, for what reason would it be advisable for me to celebrate?’

“You don’t go insane when you win. You don’t get discouraged when you lose. You are significantly more steady with involvement. Some different supervisors, they are extraordinary, and they don’t change.

“I change. In the event that I score an objective in the very late you will see me run, without a doubt, without a doubt, however an objective in minute 20-something, 1-0 with a considerable measure to play – we should play.”

Mourinho included: “When my group is winning it keeps an enthusiastic adjust and we don’t do bazaar. Additionally when we are losing, in a not upbeat minute, we make an effort not to be discouraged, we attempt to keep our adjust.”

United could lose Antonio Valencia for a spell after hamstring injury yet Mourinho promised they would battle for the title.

He stated: “Our last match in the Premier League is against Watford at Old Trafford in mid-May, and until the point that then every match we go. We would prefer not to go on vacations. We need to play until the last match.”

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