MILAN – Romelu Lukaku is a footballer capable of taking his responsibilities.
He was the star of Belgium in the last World expedition and is the most representative footballer of Inter .
In short, Lukaku always has the spotlight on him and that's why he feels like a man on a mission.
He revealed it himself during an interview streamed live on Bleacher Report.
The statements of the gigantic Belgian center forward of Inter are reported by gazzetta.it.
“I am a man on a mission.
During the last World Cup, I went from total euphoria to depression.
I was a bit euphoric, we reached the semifinals and we are talking about a small country of only 11 million inhabitants.
The pain came a month later when I reviewed all the videos from the World Cup.
That was difficult, because you think you got really close to it. And this thing struck me only later.
When I moved to Inter I had all this energy inside me that had grown in the meantime.
And I was a man on a mission.
My arrival at Chelsea in the Premier League? It all happened quickly.
I was only 18, I had just finished high school, I graduated and suddenly I was already on the train to London.
There I met Didier (Drogba, ed), he was doing physiotherapy.
He immediately told me that I had to show him the Blue character.
From that day we started talking every day for at least an hour, before training, after training …
He, Anelka and every other player in that locker room showed me what it takes to become the person I am today.
It was not so much the coach as the players: they had the mentality that made them say "let's win".
It was an excellent experience, I saw how they won the Champions League and the FA Cup and this has served me to date. "
Source: Blitz Quotidiano