Lukaku Breaks An All Time Record And Gets Into History

Romelu Lukaku, Belgium and Manchester United’s striker, has broke an all time record with his national team, Belgium, after scoring against Japan yesterday, Tuesday.


Romelu Lukaku, 24 years old, has officially became Belgium’s all time top goalscorer with 31 goals in 65 matches after scoring Belgium’s winning goal against Japan on the 72nd minute by an easy header assisted by West Bromich Albion’s player, Nacer Chadli to give Belgium a valuable win for the 15th time in a row, after their last loss in September 2016 against Spain in a friendly match.

On the other hand, Romelu Lukaku is suffering from a goal drought with Manchester United after not being able to net any goal for over one month and a half, since September 2017, which caused a huge wave of fans and football experts to criticize him, after starting the season with an ideal way and he has 7 goals in the Premier League.
Romelu Lukaku joined Manchester United for a fee of 75m GBP last summer coming from Everton, and it’s believed that Lukaku is the Premier League most expensive transfer of over 100m GBP, after including Manchester United’s legend, Wayne Rooney, in the deal.


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