"I don’t think Chelsea have quite figured out how to use him yet," Antonio Conte stated on Romelu Lukaku’s recent struggles in front of goal after big summer move.
The struggles by Romelu Lukaku have become a major worry for Chelsea fans as several of them are blaming Thomas Tuchel's play style which does not suite their striker.
Speaking on UEFA.com podcast via The Mirror, Romelu Lukaku who is currently with the Belgium team revealed how he doesn't make poor goal scoring decisions when the ball is played well to him.
Lukaku stated: "The way I’m built, I’m quite big that everybody thinks I’m a sort of target man: just holding up the ball and being a goal poacher.
But I’ve never played that way and I hate it. My biggest strength is that I’m dangerous when I’m facing towards the goal, because that’s when I rarely make wrong choices."
This is a big advise from the Chelsea record signing who wants to be banging goals for fun and help his team win trophies.
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