- Manchester United striker, Romelu Lukaku has taken a less conventional way to celebrate his goal against West Brom
- The striker sprayed his Ghc1,5m Rolls Royce car to Man United colours
- Mourinho defended Lukaku's reasons for not celebrating his West Brom goal
Manchester United striker, Romelu Lukaku, who did not celebrate his goal against West Brom has taken a less conventional way to celebrate his gradual return to goal-scoring form.
The 24-year-old took a rarther unusual way of goal celebration by repainting his Rolls Royce.
Among the Manchester United striker's vehicles is the Ghc1,5m car, which was previously white and black.
But the Belgian international has opted to change up his car, repainting it in Manchester United colours.
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The exotic car is now completely black with red trim on the windows and grille.
This comes after the striker got back on the scoresheet against former club West Brom.
He rose to head in Marcus Rashford's cross to open the scoring before yet another muted celebration.
After the match, Jose Mourinho offered an explanation on Lukaku's decision not to celebrate.
He said: "I didn't celebrate too. Nobody was happier than me, it's just a question of profile,"
"I am happy, I'm happy with the victory. But 15 years ago I look at myself celebrating goals and now I feel a little ashamed with that, but with maturity you go into levels where you control your emotions better. Unless, I repeat, you score a winning goal in the last stage of a game.
"Also, I think Romelu had the fact that he was a happy kid at West Brom. He was a kid that was given all the conditions here to have the evolution he had. So probably in the back of his mind is that love for the club."
Yen.com.gh previously reported that Two wins in a row is gradually taking the pains of a derby home defeat for Manchester United.
The Old Trafford outfit defeated West Brom 2 - 1 at the Hawthrons stadium to go back to eleven points behind League leaders Manchester City as the race to the title hits up.