Earlier today, there were speculations of the the Belgian striker missing out not less than three matches for incident that happened on Saturday when United defeated Brighton 1:0 although wasn't seen by referee Neil Swarbrick.
After reviewing video footage from the game, an FA panel failed to come to a unanimous verdict, meaning the 24-year-old will not be charged.
"As soon as I saw it, I thought they will probably look at it".
"Players are men, men are different, men are unique cases and some guys are capable of going into their limits of effort and some other guys, even with a lot of talent, they don't manage to do that. He didn't score, but I don't care".
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku breathed a sigh of relief after it was confirmed he would not be punished retrospectively for his tangle with Brighton's Gaeten Bong - but there are still many fans who have no idea what's actually gone on.
For Watford, the win at Newcastle was their biggest away victory in the top flight since a 5-1 success at Chelsea in May 1986.
"In the last minute, Lukaku was fighting and running back like he was in the first minute".
He said on Twitter: "We didn't see it at the time".
"We are not thinking about the next two or three games, we are thinking about the next".