Lukaku celebrates scoring United’s third goal. REUTERS/Andrew Yates
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Romelu Lukaku's signing from Everton continues to pay off as he scored and created a goal in Manchester United's 4-0 drubbing of his former club Sunday with United joining Manchester City on top of the league. United – whose record goalscorer Wayne Rooney endured a miserable return with his Everton teammates – are only second in the table by virtue of C coming before U as both the Manchester clubs share exactly the same statistics after five matches.United were slightly flattered by the final scoreline – three goals coming in the final 10 minutes after Everton had largely dominated the second-half – but manager Jose Mourinho was more than satisfied.Conte, though, felt that the referee Michael Oliver should have blown for a foul just before Luiz clattered Sead Kolasinac.
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