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Michy Batshuayi ended the season on a high for Chelsea, as the Belgian scored four goals in his last three games for Chelsea to wrap up a frustrating season as a hero.

The Chelsea forward has now taken his club form to country and he has yet again shown that his form at the end of the season was no fluke.

Batshuayi opened the scoring for the Belgium in their 2-1 win over Czech Republic in a friendly game. He opened the scoring in cool fashion after he latched onto Romelu Lukaku’s pass, dribbled past his marker and drove in a low shot in the 25th minute. It was indeed a wonderful goal and his celebration matched the quality of the goal as well.

Batshuayi indeed was looking sharp as he came close to adding another goal after Czech’s equaliser. Batshuayi’s effort forced the visitors’ goalkeeper into a save before Yannick Carrasco saw his goalbound effort deflect onto the post and away for a corner. Belgium took the lead through Marouane Fellaini from the resulting cornerkick.

The Red Devils travel to play Estonia in their Group H World Cup qualifier on Friday night, and Belgium boss Roberto Martinez will admit that he has a hot striker in his team.

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