Romelu Lukaku’s determination to improve with the ambition to work tirelessly on his own similar to that of the world best player Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United wizard Marcos Rashford has revealed that Romelu Lukaku’s continuous improvement makes him similar to the Real Madrid icon
Rashford sees common qualities between Manchester United teammate Romelu Lukaku and former Old Trafford favourite Cristiano Ronaldo.
The England three Lions will go head-to-head with the Red Devils of Belgium in Kaliningrad with the two Group G leaders leveled on points, goals scored, goals conceded and goal differences.
Tomorrow’s encounter will decide who tops the group and if eventually they draw, the decision on who tops will be based on the number of booking each of the team have, as it stands, England will be awarded the group leaders because of having received lesser booking of 2 to 3 that Belgium has.
Unfortunately Romelu Lukaku’s ankle Issue may deter his involvement of making the bench against England on Thursday, and the 19-year old Rashford will be among those happy on the news that the 25-year-old could miss out.
During an online discussion, Rashford told Rio Ferdinand’s YouTube channel that (He’s a beast, He’s a massive threat, he will be tough to deal with at the World Cup, but if he doesn’t get any services, it’s difficult for him to do anything. We need to stop them Eden Hazard and Kevin De Bruyne.
When asked on Romelu Lukaku’s Premier League goals so far, who has record 101 goals in 220 apperances, Rashford added (It doesn’t surprise me, when you see his work ethic, it’s his determination to improve. It’s the thing we were speaking about with Cristiano Ronaldo and wanting to better yourself, there has been times when we have stayed behind and practiced finishing. Genuinely we could stay there all day and just try to better ourselves and improve, That’s a quality within itself).
Ex-United defender Rio Ferdinand and Rashford also discussed Lukaku’s off field character and his attitude during training in the United camp.
He said, (Everyone is chilled but everybody wants to win, especially when things aren’t going our way, there was no time to be joking around. He is a serious guy as you can see.”
Rashford has also been motivated by Lukaku’s desire to help United be the best they can, with the club’s current top striker ready to do the job for the team when needed.