Chelsea new signing Romelu Lukaku have gave his verdict on Trevoh Chalobah first Chelsea goal.
The new striker says he got so emotional after watching Chalobah opening his Chelsea goals account.
22-years-old Chalobah was a surprise started in Chelsea 3-0 win over Cystal Palace in blues opening Premier League game last Sunday.
Romelu Lukaku was left out of Chelsea first game into the new Premier League season as the new striker was left out due to quarantine following his arrival from Serie A Champion this summer, but Lukaku enjot a beautiful amazement as Chalobah continue make a good start in his Premier League debut.
Lukaku arrived first arrieved during his first spell in Chelsea as a teenager back in 2011, and he was a very close friend to Chalobah’s older brother, who also breakthrough from Chelsea academy before departing the club in 2017.
The memories of being a friend with Trevoh Chalaobah’s older brother made the defender long rane goal more special for the Belgium international.
Chelsea record signing Romelu Lukaku while speaking to Chelsea’s media team in a video released on Monday said; ‘I was speaking with Nate the other day after his brother scored,”
‘I got so emotional when his brother scored man. It got to me.
‘Because Nate, his older brother, really embraced me when I came [in 2011] because we are like one year apart and he really took his time to show me around London and stuff.
‘When his brother scored, it was too much.’
Thomas Tuchel had confirmed that Lukaku will resumes to training today and will be available to make his new Premier League debut against Arsenal this Sunday.