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Romelu Lukaku is now seen as one of the best strikers in the world after his displays for Inter Milan over the past two years.
Lukaku has brought that rich vein of form to Chelsea, and has impressed in his two games for the club since his £97.5m switch from the Serie A giants.
While on international duty, Lukaku has continued his beast form for Belgium as he scored twice in their 5-2 win over Estonia and also found the net and made an assist in the 3-0 victory over Czech Republic.
Former Chelsea winger Pat Nevin has now warned the club rivals of the unstoppable striker.
Writing in his column for Chelsea FC’s website, Nevin said: “Romelu has been travelling just about solidly since deciding to come back to the club, though happily it doesn’t appear to have affected his goalscoring touch.
“He scored one against Arsenal of course and two more for his country against Estonia.
“Against Czech Republic he was at it again though, basically showing that he was unstoppable, finishing after a superb through ball to notch his 67th for Belgium!”