The star of the most clever play of the World Cup explained how he set up a game-winning goal without touching the ball
Romelu Lukaku’s dummy play to set up Belgium’s game-winning goal over Japan was one of the best plays of the 2018 World Cup.
Lukaku explained to Business Insider how he knew he needed to create space for his teammates and how he made subtle eye contact with another Belgian player to set up the goal.
Lukaku said despite not touching the ball on the play, it was among the best plays of his career.
One of the more thrilling matches of the 2018 World Cup was Belgium’s 3-2 win over Japan in the knockout stage.
After going down 0-2, Belgium came roaring back, scoring two goals in the second half to draw level ahead of stoppage time.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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