Romelu Lukaku has been struggling in Manchester United as he has only scored two goals in his past 14 games in all competitions. He also failed to score during their game against Manchester City where Manchester United got defeated 2-1.
Former Manchester United captain and full-back Gary Neville see Lukaku as struggling with his team and he is concerned over the £75 million striker.
“You look at him today and he struggled,” Neville said.
“I’m not just talking about struggling in terms of missing a chance, he struggled with being in the game and being confident in the game.
“He’s got to get over that quickly as he’s Manchester United’s centre-forward.
“He’s a young lad but he needs to get to the point where he believes he should be out there – it’s like he doesn’t believe it in this period.”
The Belgium international striker failed to clear the ball as both David Silva and Nicolas Otamendi scored for City. He was also denied a goal by City goalkeeper Ederson from close range.