Romelu Lukaku the goal machine


Romelu Lukaku and Eddie Howe have scooped the awards for Premier League player and Manager of the Month for March.

Everton's Romelu Lukaku has been named Premier League player of the month for March after an incredible month for the Toffees.

The Belgium global is now the division's top scorer this season with 21 goals and has attracted interest from Chelsea and Manchester United ahead of the summer transfer window.

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Meanwhile, Townsend's superb solo goal in the late stages of Palace's 2-0 win at West Bromwich Albion on March 4 saw him rewarded.

Lukaku scored four times in three games, becoming the first Everton player to hit the 20-goal mark in the Premier League era.

"Koscielny I think is really good", said Lukaku.

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Lukaku ended up with the most combined votes from a panel of experts, Premier League captains and fans to claim the prize ahead of Bournemouth pair Artur Boruc and Joshua King, Southampton's Nathan Redmond, Crystal Palace defender Mamadou Sakho and Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum.

Under Howe's stewardship, Bournemouth were unbeaten in March as they won two and drew one of their three matches to move up to 11th in the table and nine points clear of the relegation zone. "Every time when I played against Arsenal. he's not the biggest but I think he's got the brains".

"I'm really happy", Lukaku said.

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Howe saw off competition from Sam Allardyce, Antonio Conte, Jurgen Klopp, Mauricio Pochettino and Craig Shakespeare.