Sport Lukaku outscores Everton

09:16  14 september  2017
09:16  14 september  2017 Source:   Sky Sports

WATCH: Lukaku taunts Everton fans

  WATCH: Lukaku taunts Everton fans Watch Romelu Lukaku taunt the travelling Everton fans after scoring against his former club in Man Utd's 4-0 victory.Romelu Lukaku returned to haunt Everton in Manchester United's 4-0 victory at Old Trafford, scoring against his former club and even taunting the away fans after his goal.

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Everton collected £75m plus add-ons for the Belgian in August but failed to replace him with a similar out-and-out striker, opting to re-sign Wayne Rooney and bring in Barcelona graduate Sandro Ramirez.

The majority of Everton's summer spending bolstered defence and midfield, recruiting 'keeper Jordan Pickford (£30m), centre-back Michael Keane (£30m) and midfielders Gylfi Sigurdsson (£45m) and Davy Klassen (£23.6m).

Lukaku celebration was just 'banter' with Everton fans

  Lukaku celebration was just 'banter' with Everton fans Manchester United romped to a 4-0 win over Everton on Sunday, with the Belgium international scoring against his former team in a late surgeRomelu Lukaku said that his goal celebration which involved holding his ear to Everton fans after scoring in Manchester United's 4-0 win was just "banter".

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However, four games into the Premier League season and Everton have the fourth worst goal difference having only scored two goals and conceded six - including three during their toothless display against Tottenham last week.

Having moved in the opposite direction, former United captain Rooney has scored both of Everton's goals, while Dominic Calvert-Lewin has only hit two shots on target and Ramirez has failed to register one shot on goal.

In contrast, Lukaku has hit the ground running in Manchester red, scoring twice as many goals as his former club - netting four in as many games.

Lukaku's striking superiority over the entire Everton team extends to scoring more goals from fast breaks, taking more shots on target and having a superior shot conversion rate.

Lukaku celebration was just 'banter' with Everton fans

  Lukaku celebration was just 'banter' with Everton fans Manchester United romped to a 4-0 win over Everton on Sunday, with Romelu Lukaku scoring against his former team in a late surge.Romelu Lukaku said that his goal celebration which involved holding his ear to Everton fans after scoring in Manchester United's 4-0 win was just "banter".

Romelu Lukaku has outscored his Chelsea colleagues this season during his loan spell at Everton . Photograph: Jon Super/AP.

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On average, the 24-year-old has scored one goal from every four attempted shots, giving him a 28.57 conversion rate - compared to Everton's underwhelming eight per cent return.

Combined, United trio Lukaku, Marcus Rashford and Paul Pogba have taken 21 shots on target so far this season - compared with just six taken by Everton's top three shooters: Rooney, Calvert-Lewin and Klassen.

Will Everton discover goal-scoring form without Lukaku when they line up against their former star on Sunday, or will Rooney grab the headlines upon his return to Old Trafford?

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