- Romelu Lukaku has lost his goal-scoring form at Premier League side Chelsea which fans of the club are not happy with
- And his coach at Stamford Bridge Thomas Tuchel has explained that the Belgian needs more confidence
- Lukaku was last season in great form for Inter Milan which made Chelsea chiefs to resign him this season
Thomas Tuchel who is the gaffer of Premier League giants Chelsea has made it clear that Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku needs confidence and momentum to rediscover top form this season.
When Romelu Lukaku returned to Stamford Bridge before the start of the ongoing Premier League season, the Belgian was in top form for the Blues and was netting the goals.
All of a sudden, the former Inter Milan striker lost his form for the Blues and has even scored just one goal so far this year which was in the FA Cup.
According to the report on UK Sun and Sky Sports, Thomas Tuchel explained that it is not even only Lukaku who is struggling at Chelsea this term.
Thomas Tuchel's statement about Romelu Lukaku
''Romelu lacks a bit of confidence, he lacks a bit of delivery, of momentum.
“This is what we try to reinstall which is maybe the most difficult because the strikers are sensitive players.
“It's not only Romelu who struggles and we don't have, in the moment, anyone else who jumps in and scores and scores and scores.
“So I agree it's not only about Romelu, it is about our offensive players in general and we try and help them and try to overcome this kind of period because we have trust in all of them, they are our players, and they deserve it.”
Premier League title race thrown wide open as Liverpool beat Crystal Palace to close gap on Man City
Earlier, Sports Brief had reported how Liverpool made it three wins out of three in seven days after beating Crystal Palace 3-1 to pressure back on Manchester City at the top of the Premier League.
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The Reds have now closed the gap at the top of the table to nine points with one game in hand.
Jurgen Klopp's men showed they meant serious business taking the lead just after eight minute thanks to a powerful header from Virgil Van Dijk from a corner.
Despite not having Mo Salah and Sadio Mane in their matchday squad due to their involvement at AFCON, Liverpool doubled their lead thanks to a well-taken goal from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 32nd minute.