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Romelu Lukaku loves scoring goals and he loves kissing badges too.
The Belgian striker scored 15 minutes into his second Chelsea debut in the 2-0 win at Arsenal, showing just why the European champions paid £97.5 million to bring him back to Stamford Bridge.
He bullied Arsenal's centre-backs with some brilliant hold-up play and then got the simple tap-in from Reece James' cross to the far post to finish off the move.
This was Lukaku's first goal for Chelsea as he failed to find the net during 15 appearances in first spell with the west London outfit.
Lukaku further endeared himself to Chelsea fans when he shushed the Arsenal fans who had been booing him.
But he also kissed the Chelsea badge on his shirt and though Blues supporters loved it, plenty of people pointed out that he's done the exact same thing at West Brom, Everton and Manchester United.
At this point, Lukaku has basically become that infamous fan on FIFA who is seen in the stands wearing the shirt of every team.
Lukaku kissing the badge at 4 different clubs pic.twitter.com/CdIyEJ7F7V— Abdoulaye Doucoure Fan Account (@TheMouldster) August 22, 2021
Swear lukaku kisses the badge of every club he plays for 🥴 weirdo— George O'Neill (@George94O) August 22, 2021
Dfkm Lukaku has kissed a lot of different badges 😂😂 https://t.co/XQVaJlLg7K— Patty (@MUFCPatty) August 22, 2021
Lukaku could work at Tesco and he'd still kiss the badge https://t.co/6M5zhhaAjg— Ronan (@ronanIfc) August 22, 2021
Lukaku scored for manutd and kissed the badge, also scored for inter and kissed the badge also. It's a player thing nothing to do with being a fan😁 https://t.co/uMUFoORq7x— Gen. Samad Odus (@Samad_Odus) August 22, 2021
At least he has a badge to kiss, however. For Muhammed Gumuskaya of Fenerbahce, that wasn't quite the case the other night.
The 20-year-old went to kiss the badge after scoring for the Turkish side in the Europa League on Thursday, making an instant impact after replacing Mesut Ozil.
But he had a very awkward moment during his goal celebration when he realised that the club's new Puma third kit does not contain a crest and instead has the club's next in capital letters.
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