Romelu Lukaku learned a lot from Solskjaer

After scoring 3 goals in three matches under the direction of Interim manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, the Belgian striker, Romelu Lukaku, revealed how he learned many things along with the Norwegian legend. According to Lukaku, Solskjaer knew exactly how to maximize his performance on the pitch, so the former Chelsea player could once again enjoy football.

As is known, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been working as Manchester United manager for three weeks, as he was appointed by the Red Devils to become interim manager or temporary coach of the club after the sacking of Jose Mourinho some time ago. Although fairly minimal experience, but Solskjaer managed to deliver the Red Devils won four consecutive wins.

Not only won, Solskjaer’s presence also managed to make a number of Manchester United players show their maximum performance, such as midfielder Paul Pogba, and not least the Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku. The former Chelsea player managed to score three goals in three consecutive matches under Solskjaer’s direction, and speaking of this fact, Lukaku himself admitted that he had indeed learned a lot from the Norwegian coach.

In his view, Solskjaer is a manager who understands the potential and the best position of a player, then maximizes it on the field. Because of the trust given by the coach, Lukaku was determined to continue to improve his performance on the field.

“He taught me many things. In terms of movement, and things like that, but of course he knows what type of striker I am. From the first day when I returned, he did a total analysis of my game. I was very surprised but he helped me a lot and I can’t wait to continue working with him. ”

“He really wanted me to stay in the goal because he knew that I was the most dangerous when I did that, when I dueled with opposing defenders but I also tried to move all the time. The training that we did in the last two weeks was good, and I practiced every day determined to improve my game. He was so calm when he was in front of the goal and that was what I liked.”

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