ROMELU LUKAKU has come in for yet more criticism from Manchester United fans after showing off his dreadful first touch yet against Young Boys.
The Belgian star, 25, was slammed on social media after yet another gaffe after entering the field for Jesse Lingard last night.
Lukaku muscled his opponent off the ball and surged up the right wing, only to trip over the ball and concede possession during United‘s last-gasp 1-0 victory.
The former Chelsea ace now hasn’t scored for his club since September 15 and has even been ditched out of the starting line-up by Jose Mourinho.
While his lack of goals is troubling, fans have instead focused on his dreadful first touch – seemingly becoming a staple of every, single time he plays.
One fan even described the dreadful touch as “criminal”… here’s what Twitter had to say.
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IN HOT WATER?
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WATER YOU DOING, JOSE?
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Meanwhile, Lukaku has revealed he’s one of Mourinho’s favourite players at United… despite being dropped by the boss.
Asked whether he is the boss’ favourite player, Lukaku said: “One of them, yeah.
“Because I would go through a brick wall for him and he knows that.
“He’s the type of coach where he would be honest with you and tell you how it is, and if you cannot deal with that, I mean, that’s a big problem.”
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