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ROMELU Lukaku chose the visit of former club Chelsea to end his scoring drought against the Premier League’s top teams and produce his best performance for Manchester United.

Shrugging off his tag as a so-called “flat-track bully,” Lukaku scored the equalizer, set up Jesse Lingard for the second-half winner and delivered a mature, hard-working all-round display as United came from behind to beat the champions 2-1 at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Lukaku leads United dominance

Lukaku leads United dominance

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In a crowning moment in the third minute of injury time, Lukaku relieved some pressure by spinning his marker, Antonio Rudiger, inside his own half and driving forward with a 60-meter run. United fans gasped and rose to applaud in appreciation.

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“Probably the people go home with the image of that incredible sprint that could have handed him a goal,” United manager Jose Mourinho said. “It was the image of a team that gave absolutely everything to try and win an important game for us.”

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