Manchester United struck their third successive win since they changed the captain of their sinking ship last week.
United fans will have caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to thank for, for flipping things around in Old Trafford.
Paul Pogba display another heroic performance against Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth at Old Trafford, getting on the scoresheet twice, before goals from Nathan Ake and Lukaku killed the game completely.
United are finally on the front foot after it looked like they were on the ropes, glaring though it was, under former boss Jose Mourinho.
They are not yards off from fifth-placed Arsenal, and Sunday evening’s home win over Bournemouth showed the giant strides the players are making to cover lost grounds.
However, one problem still persists in this squad. If the leak is not fixed, United could witness shameful slumps that could have been avoided in the transfer market.
United still need a reliable defender. Since tracking down Toby Alderweireld, Harry Maguire failed last summer, the club have turned their sights to Roma’s Konstas Manolas.
Reports in Italy hawked rumors about United sounding their interest in the 32.4 million pounds defender.
Nonetheless, getting Roma to give up the 27-year-old in January is too soon, too impossible. A summer move however could happen in the horizon.