Newcastle 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku and Rashford Score To Make It Four Straight Wins For Solskjaer

Second-half substitute Romelu Lukaku scored with his first touch as Manchester United beat Newcastle United with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer becoming the second manager in the club’s history to win his first four league games in charge.Newcastle 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku and Rashford Score To Make It Four Straight Wins For Solskjaer 1The Norwegian emulates the feat of Sir Matt Busby in 1946. Lukaku, who had only been on the pitch 38 seconds, pounced on an error by Martin Dubravka with the Slovakia keeper spilling a free-kick by Marcus Rashford.Newcastle 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku and Rashford Score To Make It Four Straight Wins For Solskjaer 2Rashford doubled the lead after a sweeping move involving Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez as Newcastle lost for the eighth time at home in the league this season. Newcastle’s best chance fell to Ayoze Perez when the Spanish forward got behind the visitors’ defence but Luke Shaw made a last-ditch challenge.Newcastle 0 Manchester United 2: Lukaku and Rashford Score To Make It Four Straight Wins For Solskjaer 3Photo Credit: Getty

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