Romelu Lukaku adds another stat to scary international scoring record
Romelu Lukaku scored twice in Belgium’s 5-2 win against Estonia in the World Cup qualifiers on Thursday.
The big striker has now scored an impressive 10 goals in Belgium’s last 11 World Cup qualifying games, as per stats shared by Heelftw on Reddit, verified via Transfermarkt.
Altogether in World Cup qualifiers, Lukaku has bagged 17 goals in 15 appearances. More goals than games.
The 28-year-old has scored an incredible 66 goals for Belgium. In European international football, the Chelsea man is now the 6th best scorer behind Cristiano Ronaldo, Ferenc Puskas, Miroslav Klose, Robert Lewandowski and Robbie Keane.
Do you think Lukaku can score 100 goals for Belgium before he retires?