In Chelsea's Champions League fixture yesterday with Malmo, Chelsea recorded a 4-0 win over their opponent, Malmo. However, the win over Malmo came at a huge cost for Chelsea as two of their forwards picked up a tie injury during the match.
Romelu Lukaku was forced off the match in the 23rd minute, following a challenge from Lasse Nielsen, while Timo Werner on his part also left the pitch in the 44th minute of the first half.
In a report by Sky Sports News, they revealed what Romelu Lukaku's Agent said about his injury. Romelu Lukaku's Agent Federico Pastorello, revealed that the Chelsea forward might return earlier that expected from his ankle injury.
He revealed that Romelu Lukaku is a strong boy, and he wants to play in every game so he will be back stronger soon. He stated that Lukaku's injury was very sad yesterday after picking up the injury against Malmo.
Federico Pastorello went on by saying that Lukaku has his physio at home, so he is working very hard every day so that he will come back earlier than expected.
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