Lukaku celebration was just 'banter' with Everton fans

Esther Moore
September 19, 2017

"I was thinking about them and not City, who won their game and did their job".

Everton finished seventh in 2016-17 in the 54-year-old's first season at the club, eight points adrift of sixth-placed United.

"We could have scored more I think in the first half".

Anthony Martial wrapped up the win with a last-minute penalty. "Everton have got Bournemouth, Burnley and Brighton in their next three [Premier League] games and even if they were to lose them and were abject in terms of their performances..."

"You can see Jose all over it, I've got to say. It's hard to say because it's 4-0 but we did not deserve this result". "We just try to improve game after game".

Despite leaving on the end of a heavy defeat, Koeman said he had been impressed with former United captain Rooney. If you don't like that pressure, please stop - that counts for the players and the manager.

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Instead, the United boss' thoughts were on all of his other title rivals after they all dropped points this weekend to leave the two Manchester clubs top of the pile.

'I read the programme of United and my colleague [Mourinho] told about Everton "they spending £140m", "they need to go for the top four".

The draw ended Chelsea's streak of five consecutive home league wins over Arsenal.

Everton gamely hung on until Kevin Mirallas came on for Rooney, who left the pitch to measured applause from United fans.

United responded and nearly went 2-0 up on 65 minutes but Juan Mata's well taken free-kick from the edge of Everton's box came off the post.

The good fortune he enjoys at home doesn't quite extend to away trips, with last year's trip to Chelsea on a Sunday proving a particularly chastening experience, losing 4-0 against his former club. 'It's a muscular injury in the hamstring but we have a normal procedure and wait a few more days, so it's completely nonsense information, ' he said.

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