Chelsea will host Zenit today in UCL campaign group stage match. Chelsea will have to use all the way in winning this match to progress to the next level and defend their title. UCL champions will have their new signings Romelu Lukaku and Saul Niguez from Serie A and La Liga side respectively featured into tonight match.
Lukaku want to make Chelsea fans happy tonight while playing. He identified only one way of making the fans happy as they watch him playing. Being a striker, goals are expected from him to make the team win.
'I will be there in the field. Fans will be waiting for my goals. And that's the only way I can make them happy as striker. Scoring goals to make the team win'. The Belgian striker want to make fans happy. He can only do that tonight by scoring goals.
There is alot of expectations from fans tonight. They are waiting to see Lukaku scoring for Chelsea. Having scored three goals in three appearances for Chelsea this season, is a good start for any striker. He want to make fans happy by scoring goals.
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