Soccer-Lukaku strikes again as Man United beat Saints 1-0

Soccer-Lukaku strikes again as Man United beat Saints 1-0

United take on Southampton on Saturday, travelling to St Mary's as they hope to continue their unbeaten start to the season.

A United spokesman said: "Manchester United has a zero tolerance stance on offensive chanting and behaviour".

"Romelu Lukaku needs one chance and sticks it in the net and we are thankful to have him".

Manchester United's Romelu Lukaku applauds the fans after the match.

If we play now against CSKA in Moscow and Benfica in Lisbon, it means later we are going to play them at Old Trafford.

The song, using a stereotype about black men, led anti-discrimination body Kick It Out to call for action.

The Reds have not won in their last four outings, which includes a 2-0 defeat to Leicester City earlier this week in the third round of EFL Cup.

Spanish international David de Gea has been impressive so far conceding just two goals in as many games he has played for United this season, and would likely retain his spot in goal against the Saints barring any injury.

Fellaini cleared a Dusan Tadic header from just in front of the line and the winger dragged a low cross inches past the right-hand post moments later, before Herrera blasted over the crossbar when given time and space to pick his spot on a rare United attack.

When asked in a news conference whether a time-frame was decided for Pogba's return, Mourinho replied: "I have no idea".

"The only music I understand clearly is one from my opponents when they tell Mourinho to go to a place". I heard last week the Chelsea manager saying that, I heard Arsenal manager said that. "It's very important. Not when you are winning 3 or 4-0 and enjoying the game; it is very important when you are fighting, and defending and you are exhausted, and the fans were amazing".

"I don't cry or count the days until Paul Pogba comes back", says Jose.

Mourinho's club are certainly aware about the matter, though, and were in discussions about a suitable response during the first half at St Mary's.

"We'll sing what we want" would get a heartier rendition again Burton.