Liverpool legend reveals the surprising thing he noticed from Lukaku and Ziyech’s celebration

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Romelu Lukaku and Hakim Ziyech haven’t had the best of season with Chelsea this term.

For Lukaku, he has been sidelined from the starting team over the past two months, with Thomas Tuchel preferring Kai Havertz upfront.

Rumours had claimed Lukaku isn’t happy at the club and may push for an exit during the summer.

Hakim Ziyech has also had his share of reduced game time, mostly due to injuries and a lack of form after returning from being injured.

Rumours have also linked Ziyech with a move to Italy.

Ziyech came on as a substitute against Leeds United, and he got the assist for Romelu Lukaku’s goal, which the pair celebrated happily.

Liverpool legend Graeme Souness highlighted their celebration after the game and claimed that the pair do look happy at Chelsea.

“I don’t get it. He came out with something along the lines of they aren’t playing to my strengths and then he went off in a huff,” Souness said of Lukaku on Sky Sports.

“If you’re a striker you just want the same thing, they just want the ball delivered as early as possible and accurately.

“You run around and play with aggression. I don’t get it when someone says they’re not playing to their strengths.”

“Look, he’s really happy there!” continued the former Liverpool manager whilst watching Lukaku and Ziyech celebrating on the Elland Road turf.

“Him and Ziyech. I know both of them have been out of the team but they both appear to be really happy there.”

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