One of the finest Strikers that has played in the English Premier league is Romelu Lukaku. Arriving at Chelsea at the age of 18 from a completely different League, Lukaku who had only 15 appearances for the blues in his first stint at the club did not score any goal. However, 10 years later, the Belgium superstar is back in Chelsea and he already has 4 goals from 9 games.
Lukaku is a real example to all young strikers . With over 250 career goals, Lukaku moved from playing for the likes of West Brom and Everton to playing for the Champions league winners. Lukaku is known for his knack of scoring goals . He has scored against more than 50 clubs. However, Presently out of the 20 clubs in the premier league, He has scored against 16.
The Irony of it all is that he is yet to play against 3 of these clubs. Lukaku is yet to score against Brighton, Brentford, Leeds United and Wolves. He has played twice against Wolves without scoring while he has not played against the rest. The season has just started. The Belgian could change everything this season.
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