More than 92 million babies have been born since Romelu Lukaku

 

 

Romelu Lukaku’s blank against Crystal Palace means the striker’s goal dry season has extended to 11 matches.

Be that as it may, you nearly need to bounce into a period entry to recall the last time the out-of-form Belgian scored in front of his own fans.

It came last season in a 2-0 triumph over Swansea on the final day of March.

Since then the Swans have been relegated from the Premier League, designated another administrator and have played 25 association coordinates crosswise over two divisions.

But there are far more crazier statistics that will have Lukaku tingling to get on the scoresheet against Young Boys this evening.

 

Lukaku may have not won any individual honors but fellow striker Kylian Mbappe has picked up four.

He lifted the World Cup while winning the Best Young Player Award at the tournament in the process.

The wonderkid also won the league title and lifted both the Coupe de France and Coupe de la Ligue.

Far from game, an expected 92million babies have been born worldwide with an average of 353,000 per day.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here