Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has rediscovered his finishing touch brilliantly, scoring a superb goal in each half to help them win a 3-1 Premier League win at Crystal Palace on Wednesday.
The victory allowed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to win 11 games without defeat and to strengthen the Norwegians' hopes of securing the post on a permanent basis after their replacement of Jose Mourinho in December.
He left United in fifth place with 55 points in 28 games, one behind Arsenal (fourth) and two ahead of Chelsea (sixth), who has one game less, while the three-way race for a Champions League spot is a good one. ; intensifies.
Lukaku gave United the advantage in the 33rd minute thanks to a skilful finish from the edge of the penalty area after a superb solo run through the left-back. Luke Shaw, who defeated three defenders of the palace.
The Belgian striker qualified 2-0 in 52nd place thanks to a tight volley after Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof tipped their heads in a corner. Ashley Young.
Right-back Joel Ward scored a goal for Palace in the middle of the second half with a diving header before Young landed an unstoppable low shot in the final stages to seal United's victory.