Romelu Lukaku opened his record at Stamford Bridge with a bang, scoring the opener against Aston Villa in magnificent design after some splendid footwork..”
He then, at that point added to his count in stoppage time toward the finish of the game, to put the cherry on top of the best outcome for Chelsea.
Talking after the game, Big Rom clarified how he scored the two his objectives, telling chelseafc: “It was something the mentor was saying before the game, that when we recuperated the ball he needed us to play forward rapidly and Kova, with his quality, I wasn’t questioning him.
“I made the run, he saw it and it was a splendid pass, the rest was simply intuition.
“I played with Tuanzebe once upon a time, he realizes I’m left-footed, so I felt like possibly he wouldn’t anticipate it.
“The contact was useful (for the subsequent objective), I hit it neatly, and the touch was acceptable, I got it out of my feet rapidly. I imagine that is simply work. A great deal of objectives, they are acceptable completions and great contacts, and that simply comes from great preparing.”
One thing that is apparent is that Lukaku is a characteristic goalscorer, and having come into his prime, looks set to become one of Chelsea’s best of all time..”