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Former Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku has revealed he loves playing and scoring against Chelsea.
The Inter Milan striker made the confession during a recent question and answer session on Twitter.
When asked to name his favourite Manchester United game, Lukaku replied: “Chelsea at home in my first year.”
When asked to name his favourite Everton goal, the Belgian striker replied: “The one against Chelsea.”
Lukaku made only 10 appearances for Chelsea, mostly as a substitute. He left Chelsea without finding the back of the net for Everton in 2014.
The Belgium international went on to score 53 goals in 110 games for the Toffees before earning a Man United move.
He joined Manchester United in 2017, scoring 42 goals in 96 games before leaving for Inter Milan in 2019.
Meanwhile, Lukaku has called Chelsea transfer target Lautaro Martinez a beast. Chelsea and Barcelona are in a battle to sign the 22 year old Argentine striker.
“Amazing, the guy is really a beast,” Lukaku said of Lautaro when asked about him during an Instagram Live. “He is doing so well, he keeps improving, I love him.”