- Lukaku showed great scoring skills in Chelsea training ahead of their Premier league showdown against Liverpool
- The Belgian striker scored a wondrous goal in Wednesday’s session that he told his teammates he will teach them how to score
- Lukaku is expected to lead the Blues’ attack when they come face-to-face with Virgil Van Dijk-led defence this weekend
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New Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku scored a stunning goal in training as the mood in the Blues camp continues to bubble ahead of their game against Liverpool, MSN reports.
Thomas Tuchel’s side have started this season on a breathtaking note having won the UEFA Super Cup defeating Villarreal in the final.
They opened their Premier League account with an emphatic 3-0 win over Crystal Palace and then crushed Arsenal 2-0 right at the Emirates Stadium.
Lukaku was highly sensational during the London Derby as he bullied the entire Gunners’ defence for a better part of the encounter.
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The Belgian is returning to the Stamford Bridge outfit for £100m having moved from Italian side Inter Milan where he won the Serie A last season.
And as Chelsea prepare for their next league match against Liverpool, Lukaku showed great performance during the shooting drill in training on Wednesday.
After producing a sensational touch and finish, Lukaku turned to his teammates and exclaimed via GiveMeSport:
"Oh my god! I’ll teach you all how to score, all of you. One by one."
Lukaku will come up against Virgil van Dijk on the weekend in what is set to be a fascinating battle at Anfield.
Timo Werner praises Lukaku
Meanwhile, Timo Werner has showered accolades on the newest Chelsea arrival, saying Lukaku is one of the world’s best striker and he stands to leverage on the former Inter Milan striker’s experience.
Lukaku’s arrival is poised to put Timo Werner’s role in jeopardy, however, the German has expressed confidence believing it won’t affect his chances under manager Thomas Tuchel.
The Belgian international was at the Stamford Bridge club between 2011 and 2014 when he played 10 matches and failed to get a goal before moving on loan to West Brom and then Everton.
Ex-EPL stars predict Arsenal position
YEN.com.gh had earlier reported that Ex-EPL stars have predicted where Arsenal will finish after a poor start to the season.
Former Tottenham Hotspur players, Darren Bent and Jamie O'Hara, have predicted Arsenal could finish in the bottom half of the table this season.
The Gunners kicked off the 2021/22 campaign on the wrong footing, having already lost two of their opening fixtures.
The Mikel Arteta-tutored side were humbled 2-0 by newly-promoted Brentford in their season opener before falling to rivals Chelsea by a similar scoreline at the weekend.
While the north Londoners have been the Premier League's heaviest spenders this summer, both Bent and O'Hara do not see them competing favourably this term.
According to O'Hara, Arsenal actually risks finishing outside the top 10 as he believes they lack leadership in the squad.