Manchester United has lost two more points again to keep their bad record going after their Manchester City’s loss where Manchester United lost six points from the nine possible points and got knocked out of the EFL Cup quarter-final against the Championship side, Bristol City, 2-1.
This wasn’t everything for Manchester United’s fans and Jose Mourinho, Manchester United’s manager, in this bad night, but Romelu Lukaku, Manchester United’s striker, got injured in the very few first minutes of the match after a head collision with Southampton’s Dutch defender, to keep Romelu Lukaku on the ground unable to move before he leaves the pitch on a stretcher.
Jose Mourinho, Manchester United’s manager, has confirmed in a post-match conference that the Belgian striker, Romelu Lukaku is suffering from a bad head injury, and that’s a bad news for the team.
Jose Mourinho confirmed that Romelu Lukaku will miss at least two more matches with the team due to his injury, and the Belgian striker will miss the upcoming clash with his former club, Everton, tomorrow Monday, and the FA Cup match against Derby County.
This is a huge injury blow for Manchester United after confirming that Manchester United’s striker, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, is injured as well and will be out for around a month, so Jose Mourinho may consider purchasing a new striker in the coming days to replace Zlatan, who seems his times are over with Manchester United this season and rotate with Romelu Lukaku.