Romelu Lukaku scored his second goal in two matches as Manchester United humbled perennial rivals Manchester City 2-0 at NRG Stadium in Houston. Lukaku showed just why Manchester United splashed the cash to sign him as Jose Mourinho’s men earned early bragging rights against bitter rivals Manchester City, courtesy of the win at the International Champions Cup. The Belgium international, arrived from Everton for a reported 75 million Pounds and opened his account in the 2-1 friendly win over Real Salt Lake on Monday. Lukaku made it two goals in two games with the opening strike in the first Manchester derby played on foreign soil where goalkeeper Ederson and Kyle Walker made their debuts for Manchester City. Youngster Marcus Rashford scored the second goal for United.
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