Lukaku helps Solskjaer keep up winning start

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer proceeded with his ideal begin as caretaker manager as Manchester United beat Newcastle United 2-0 to move inside six of the best four.

Christian Atsu pained the Man Utd protection multiple times amid the primary half as the home side pushed for an objective.

Be that as it may, Man Utd led in the 64th moment when Marcus Rashford’s free-kick was spilled by Martin Dubravka and Romelu Lukaku jumped with his first touch after coming on as a substitute.

The guests multiplied their lead when another substitute Alexis Sanchez played in Rashford, who flawlessly opened through Dubravka’s legs.

Man Utd is 6th on 38 points, three adrift of fifth-put Arsenal and six behind Chelsea in fourth.

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