SkyRadioTV Sport News Update - Lukaku Scores Brace As United Put Four Goals Past CSKA.

SkyRadioTV Sport News Update - Lukaku Scores Brace As United Put Four Goals Past CSKA.
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Romelu Lukaku scored twice as Manchester United thrashed CSKA Moscow 4-1 to maintain their 100% record in Group A of the Champions League.
The Red Devils had won just one of their previous 10 away games in the competition, but two goals in the opening 18 minutes set up a very comfortable night at the VEB Arena.
Lukaku headed in a cross from Anthony Martial, who went from provider to goalscorer by converting a penalty after Henrikh Mkhitaryan was brought down.
And, in the city in which their third and most recent European Cup triumph came in 2008, United effectively ended the game as a contest on 26 minutes.
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Aided by some dreadful defending from the home side, Lukaku slotted in from a couple of yards out – his 10th goal in nine games since joining from Everton in the summer.

Mkhitaryan added the fourth from close range and United could have scored more – Lukaku was twice denied by brilliant stops from Igor Akinfeev, who also thwarted Jesse Lingard from inside the six-yard box.
Speaking after the game, Lukaku said: “I just work hard and will keep on going. The team is doing well but we must improve. I just want to win trophies.”
CSKA did have chances, with the excellent David de Gea twice saving sharply from Alan Dzagoev and tipping over a Fedor Chalov shot.
And Konstantin Kuchaev slid in a well-taken consolation late on to give the boisterous home fans something to cheer.
In the group’s other game, former Norwich striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel scored a penalty as Basel trounced 10-man Benfica 5-0