Romelu Lukaku has advised Sky Sports activities Information he’s “like a leopard within the field” after the Manchester United striker ended his latest objective drought with a brace for Belgium.
Lukaku, 24, netted two second-half targets as Belgium drew Three-Three in opposition to Mexico in a pleasant at King Baudouin Stadium following a seven-game drought for his membership.
“Sure, it is a aid however I knew it could come,” he mentioned. “I really feel nice to be sincere.
“I used to be born to attain. I do not suppose many strikers of my era have as many targets as me. I’m like a leopard within the field.”
Lukaku had made a formidable begin at United following his summer time transfer from Everton, however he has struggled for alternatives over the past month, with the absence of Paul Pogba showing to have harm his type.
The striker — who was reported to have criticised his teammates for a scarcity of service after final weekend’s 1-Zero loss to Chelsea — added: “Recently we’ve not carried out like we did in the beginning of the season.
“We began by blowing groups away, being dominant and creating possibilities, however in the previous couple of weeks we did not play on the identical stage and that made it harder for me.
“That is the form of factor it’s a must to undergo within the season, however now there are gamers getting back from damage and hopefully we are able to ship performances even higher than in the beginning of the season.”
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