Chelsea were in action today against Southampton in the Premier League and they had a great performance.
And despite their result today some Chelsea fans were not happy with Chelsea star player Romelu Lukaku after a poor performance.
And fans have reacted on Twitter to the star player performance. See some reactions below.
- Chelsea were monsters until they bought Lukaku 😩😂
- Lukaku is yet to get a shot on target in three straight matches 😂😂😂
- Wow, the Chelsea team really shock me today but still lukaku is missing 😩
- We would have the same amount of wins we have this season without Lukaku.
- We need a striker who can step up like Costa and drogba
- That guy just dey there
I nor just understand am
When United sign am he scored in his first three games the same thing he dey do for Chelsea now
Maybe he dey miss lutaro Martinez
- Chelsea fans thought Lukaku would’ve magically become better at football because they announced him with a Jay-Z song 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
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