Manchester United were wonderful in their 1-1 draw against Wolves at Old Trafford yesterday, barring their complacency in front of goal.
The Red Devils had 68% possession of the ball, they also had 15 shots but only six were on target.
Former Chelsea star player Romelu Lukaku missed many goalscoring opportunities during the game much to Mourinho’s disappointment.
The 25-year-old striker found the back of the net in their two previous matches but was unable to continue his goalscoring streak against the newly promoted Premier League side.
Judging by yesterday’s performance, Lukaku deserves a place in Mourinho’s substitute bench but — just like other strikers — there are good days and bad days in office
Lukaku remains undisputed centre-forward in Mourinho’s team and he will surely start in their next game.
Lukaku has enjoyed a rich vein of form this season, scoring goals, making assists and also helping the team to victory even if it takes him to remain at the back of the pitch.
His positional awareness and ability to be in a right place at the right time is another quality that makes the Belgian the best man to lead the Red Devils to greater height this term.
Scoring 16 goals in 34 matches during the previous campaign isn’t a bad stat for the player and it is certain he would surpass such feat before the end of the ongoing season, considering whoscored’s statistics which suggests that the player plays at least 3 shots in every game.