A couple of weeks ago, an interview of Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku surfaced on the internet where he ripped into manager Thomas Tuchel, stating that the German tactician was not keeping to his promises and was playing with a system different from what they talked about before he decided to return to Stamford Bridge. Lukaku was signed from Italian Serie A giants and current champions Inter Milan for £97 million as the Blues were facing a lot of problems of their attackers not being enough threats in front of goal and failing to bury clear-cut chances into the back of the net.

Following his arrival in the summer, Lukaku stole the hearts of the club’s fans as he scored on his debut, as well as the next few games. However, for some time now, his form has been off and questioned by a lot of fans and pundits as well. After his interview hit the internet, Tuchel, in his next press conference, mentioned that the striker did not need to mention those words as they were unnecessary and too much noise.

Brazil Ready To Temper Hopes Of ‘Golden Generation’ Of Belgium

Roberto Martinez the Belgium football team coach has accepted and revealed that he has no secrets as he plots to end the bid of Brazil for a record-extending sixth World Cup before their “dream” quarter-final on Friday that July 6, in Kazan.

But the “Golden Generation” of the nation has been reminded that the match opposite the favorites could embody the last opportunity for them to shine on the world stage. William Gallas is also seems in the support of the Brazilian team. In an interview, Martinez said “For our players, it is a dream”; He said this after sealing qualification for the last eight registering the last-gasp victory of 3-2 over Japan in the knockout rounds first phase.
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