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What Could Happen To Chelsea As Romelu Lukaku Returned To His Goal Scoring Form.

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Chelsea are still in contention of the Premier League title this season, they beat Aston Villa 3-1 at Villa Park last time out, as this victory against the Villans move them level on points with 2nd place Liverpool who have a game in hand against Leeds United.

The Blues will welcome Brighton in their 20th Premier League match of the season at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night.

They have played 19 matches this campaign winning 12, drawing 5 and lost 2 , one to English Champions Manchester City and West Ham United.

They are sitting on the 3rd position in the Premier League table with 41 points behind Liverpool who have superior goal difference.

Majority of Chelsea goals this season are coming from defenders and Midfielders as Mason Mount is the club top scorer for now as the season continues.

What could happen to Chelsea as Romelu Lukaku returned to his goal scoring form.

The Belgian international Romelu Lukaku has scored 6 goals for the Blues in all competitions, since his big money move from Inter Milan to Chelsea during the summer transfer window.
The Belgian season has been marred with injury and Covid 19 of recent.

Romelu Lukaku was introduced as a half time substitute for Chelsea as he helped the Blues get back to winning ways at Villa Park.

The Chelsea centre forward scored a beautiful header to give his team the lead, but that wasn’t all that he did as Lukaku’s introduction completely change the game.

The Belgian ace gave Chelsea a last minute penalty that helped the Blue kill the game at the last minutes of the clash.

Lukaku’s excellent performance and his return to goal scoring form could help Chelsea challenge Manchester City and Liverpool in the title race.

The Belgian could return to his goal scoring form that attracted the Blues to go for his signature in the summer transfer window.

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