Chelsea assistant coach: ‘He’s happy, we’re happy’

10 Th2 2022 | 05:21 | Football

Lukaku apologizes to Chelsea fans

Romelu Lukaku’s only goal in the 32nd minute helped Chelsea beat Al Hilal 1-0 in the semi-final of the FIFA Club World Cup. So. The Blues will face Brazil’s Palmeiras in the final match.

In addition to helping Chelsea win tickets to the next round, Lukaku’s goal also became an important spiritual medicine for the Belgian striker. Former Inter Milan star spent 5 games without a shot in the Premier League. The pressure is on the shoulders of the £ 98 million contract.


Sharing after the match, assistant coach Zsolt Low encouraged the student’s spirit: “Everyone is very happy that he scored. Lukaku worked hard and worked hard in each match. That’s why because Why do we give him a chance all the time.”

Chelsea coach Zsolt Low insists he's

Lukaku fired again. 

He’s happy, we’re happy. Hopefully Lukaku will continue to score goals, score goals in the final,” Low said. In the context of head coach Thomas Tuchel’s absence due to positive for Covid-19, assistant coach Low will direct Chelsea at the FIFA Club World Cup.

Technical support for Low also includes Technical Director Petr Cech. “Cech gives us a lot of support in the absence of Tuchel. Cech is always with us. He is an excellent player, a great technical director,” commented Low.

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