Romelu Lukaku has canceled his vacation to return right away to Inter since he is devastated by Belgium’s World Cup loss. The 29-year-old Nerazzurri star struggled in the Red Devils’ last World Cup group match against Croatia. Wasting four excellent opportunities and failing to score despite having a 1.73 anticipated goals output. After the final whistle, Lukaku was clearly upset and received harsh criticism from onlookers across the board.
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Following Belgium’s World Cup elimination, Lukaku has reportedly chosen against taking a vacation. Will instead return to Inter right away to begin preparing for the remainder of the season. Within the following three days, the 29-year-old might resume his training in Appiano Gentile after returning to the Lombardy region’s capital.
In order to contribute significantly to Inter in the second half of this season. Lukaku is eager to regain his previous level of fitness. A hamstring ailment originally prevented him from joining the Nerazzurri. But he hopes to make a full recovery in the upcoming months.
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Romelu Lukaku performance against Belgium was the “worst individual performance in World Cup history”
The worst World Cup performance ever was deliver by Belgian attacker Romelu Lukaku as the country’s golden generation failed in their final World Cup bid. Despite Lukaku’s squandered opportunities, Belgium just needed one goal to move to the knockout rounds.
ESPN claims that Lukaku had an anticipated goals total (xG) of 1.67 after his 45-minute cameo, however, he was unable to score any goals. The Inter Milan player, though, saw the ball go beyond the post after striking the post and heading over the bar.
One fan tweeted:
“Nah this Lukaku disaster cameo is one for the ages back-to-back sitters missed!”
Romelu Lukaku has faced many criticisms like this on the internet for his poor performance in the world cup.
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