Twitter reacts to Romelu Lukaku’s performance against Man United
Everton lost to Manchester United 1-0 in the Premier League action away from home on Sunday evening.
Everton supporters took to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku, who played for the entire 90 minutes at Old Trafford.
FT: #mufc 1 Everton 0. Martial nets United’s 1000th home @PremierLeague goal to seal a big win in the top-four race. pic.twitter.com/KsiSopsdI4
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) April 3, 2016
The 22-year-old took one shot, put in two crosses, with 40% of his headers, and made one block. His performance against the Red Devils was a bit disappointing and left much to be desired.
Though, Lukaku has played superb this season so far, having scored 18 goals in 30 Premier League games for the Toffees.
However, Fans around the world have taken to Twitter to have their thoughts on the performance of Lukaku against the Hosts.
Lukaku showed today how ready he is for champions league.. #efc
— Chris McNally (@mcnallyc95) April 3, 2016
It’s been said how good this team to watch. It’s garbage. No intensity at all. Off the ball the likes of Barkley, Lukaku are appealing #EFC
— Matt Jones (@MattJFootball) April 3, 2016
Lukaku after his week if talk worst player on pitch. Team game after all son … A least break sweat . 60 mill in a heartbeat #EFC
— Graeme McVeigh (@GraemeMcV) April 3, 2016
From that performance you can see why Lukaku will be off in the summer. #efc
— Mike Allen (@Mallen1878) April 3, 2016
How Lukaku stayed on for 90 mins today will remain one of the Premier League mysteries #keepyergobshut #EFC
— Mike Brown (@MikeBrown00) April 3, 2016
Positives from today? Lukaku and Barkley have taken themselves out of the shop window and somewhere back into the stockroom. #EFC
— Royal Blue Everton (@RoyalBlueEFC) April 3, 2016
Take the money for lukaku now!! Lazy and no heart!! #EFC
— Lee Santangeli (@santy151) April 3, 2016
If I was Lukaku I’d be looking for a way out too if this is the level or service we’re offering. No-one within 50 yards of him. 76′
— EFC_TheView (@EFC_TheView) April 3, 2016