Romelu Lukaku was in superb form for Belgium on Saturday as the Belgian team overran North African side, Tunisia 5-2.
Lukaku scored a brace in that game, and he scored his first goal when he darted across the Tunisian defence before switching direction and he took a number of short steps before hitting the ball into the far right hand corner. And Drogba revealed he worked with Lukaku at Chelsea on that technique as he went through on goal.
“I really like this move. We were talking about Lukaku to check and change the angle of his runs to create his own space that’s what he did there,” Drogba told the BBC.
“He did something I really like and I spoke to him a lot about that. The short steps before kicking the ball just like a tennis player before they hit the ball – they take short steps before they hit it and it gives you more accuracy.
“He’s someone that wants to learn I’m really happy to give him advice. Obviously know he’s working with Thierry Henry and he’s learning from him. When you want to be the best you have to learn from the best.”