Romelu Lukaku’s Message To Chelsea Players After Training Worldie Proves Just How Confident He Is


Romelu Lukaku sent a cheeky message to his Chelsea teammates after bagging an incredible goal during training earlier this week.

The Belgium international got his second spell with Chelsea off to a great start on Sunday by scoring in a 2-0 win over Arsenal.

Lukaku will be the Blues’ key man going forward this year and footage has shown him putting them away for fun at Cobham.

After killing the ball’s momentum, Lukaku bent a left-footed effort into the top corner and away from the goalkeeper.

He let out a wry smile before joking: “Oh my god! I’ll teach you all how to score, all of you. One by one.”

“I’ll teach you all how to score, one by one.” 🤣

— LDN (@LDNFootbalI) August 25, 2021

Those are the words of a man in red-hot form.

Last season saw Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham finish joint top-scorers in all competitions after getting 12 eac.

Chelsea still managed to win the Champions League but only came fourth in the Premier League.

Fans are excited by Lukaku’s confidence and they’re fairly certain he’ll be scoring more than 12 this campaign.


See the way they were amazed like scoring is soooo hard😂. We have really suffered

— MRWISE⚪🇳🇬 (@VictorOgbo2) August 25, 2021

Hope Timo’s got a pen and notepad?

— David King👑🇨🇦 (@Deiyvid_King) August 25, 2021

“I’ll teach you all how to score, one by one.” 🤣

— LDN (@LDNFootbalI) August 25, 2021

Thomas Tuchel’s men have six points from their first two games and face their toughest test so far this weekend.

Chelsea travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool and it means Lukaku will be coming up against Virgil van Dijk.

Lukaku bullied Arsenal defender Pablo Mari at the Emirates Stadium, but Jamie Carragher thinks he won’t get away with that against van Dijk.

He explained on Monday Night Football: “Liverpool have got a defender who can cope with anybody one against one.

“He is the one player in the Premier League who will fancy his chances against Lukaku. Liverpool will be brave, Jurgen Klopp will be brave, because he has got somebody of that stature.

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“It is going to be a great battle, who knows who is going to come out on top but I have no doubt Liverpool will be looking to push up to the halfway line.

“I am not trying to knock Lukaku. He has been in England before and he is a top striker. But what we saw against Arsenal does not mean he is going to do that to every defence. That was bad organisation.

“Lukaku was not doing that every time he was in a Manchester United shirt or an Everton shirt. He is a handful, he is a top striker who will score a lot of goals, but a lot of that was Arsenal’s own doing.”

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