Romelu Lukaku, a striker for Inter, is back in Nerazzurri training. Where he hopes to start gaining his confidence and match fitness. This is according to FCInterNews, which obtained the information from today’s print edition of the Turin newspaper Tuttosport. Romelu Lukaku the 29-year-old reportedly wants to regain his rhythm for the start of the Serie A season after seeming to be a shell of himself with Belgium at the World Cup in Qatar.
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What was the performance of Romelu Lukaku
During the World Cup, Lukaku made two substitutions for Belgium. One in a loss to Morocco and the other in a tie with Croatia. The Red Devils were eliminated from the tournament in the group stage and Romelu Lukaku. And the 29-year-old was unable to score or provide an assist.
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This made it plain how big of a mission the striker has to do if he wants to have the sort of influence he wants to have for Inter for the remainder of the club season, which starts up again next month.
After Chelsea’s 1-0 loss to Manchester City on Saturday. The German boss criticized Lukaku, saying that he “had several ball loses in extremely promising circumstances.” Two of these ball miscues resulted in squandered opportunities to score goals. The most significant of them, though, occurred when a ball was forced to an offside Hakim Ziyech when any other striker would have gone for a goal.
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After Lukaku defeated John Stones, who had “essentially fell down,” 18 yards from the goal, the event happened. Nevin said that any other Premier League striker would have been justified in taking a shot from those positions. But Lukaku elected to make a “tame” pass instead.
Do you imagine what Ronaldo or Harry Kane would do if they were in that situation? All of the individuals in that position who are natural scorers shoot.
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