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Lukaku leads Chelsea to another victory

Last season Timo Werner was talk of the town around Chelsea. The German striker missed a lot of chances he should have scored. Recently the club bought Romelu Lukaku for a record fee to add an out and out goal scorer to the squad. Lukaku returned at the club where he played as a youngster and started in the match against Arsenal. The first chance he got was immediately a goal for the Belgium striker.

Romelu Lukaku leads the way

The Belgium striker has grown up. In several of his interviews, he said that he wants to help the team. He likes to score goals, but it isn’t the only goal anymore. He likes to use every single training and match to help and improve his teammates. He’s become a real leader and wants to take his team by the hand. The best way to take your team by the hand is to get the ball and put it in the back on the net. That’s exactly what Lukaku did against Arsena. He holds the ball up, passed it, ran in front of the goal, and scored within 15 minutes. As a real leader he put his team in front against Arsenal. Reece James scored the 0-2 to double the lead.

Goalless second half

The difference in quality between these two teams is shocking. Arsenal, once one of the best team in the world, has become a team that struggles in the Premier League. They never gave Chelsea anything to think about. If anything, it was Chelsea who took their feet at the pedal in the second half. They were happy with the 0-2 and went in energy saving mode. Another big match is incoming when Chelsea plays Liverpool next weekend. Book all your Liverpool v Chelsea tickets securely online via our online football tickets marketplace.