Romelu Lukaku SLAMMED by fans who say the striker is 'finished'

Romelu Lukaku SLAMMED by fans who say the striker is ‘finished’ after dragging a golden chance wide in Inter Milan’s Champions League final loss to Man City

  • Manchester City have won the Champions League after beating Inter Milan 1-0
  • Inter striker Romelu Lukaku has come under fire after a poor performance 
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Romelu Lukaku has been heavily criticised online after a poor performance for Inter Milan in the Champions League final.

Man City won the final 1-0 thanks to an excellent goal from Rodri, completing a treble for Pep Guardiola’s side after they also won the Premier League and FA Cup. 

The striker, who is on loan from Chelsea, replaced Edin Dzeko and looked a threat at times, but dragged a shot well wide late on when he would have been better off passing in front of goal.

 One fan felt Lukaku should have scored ‘two or three times’ after also heading a ball goalwards that was blocked at close range.

Inter had been expected to try and extend the Belgium international’s stay at the San Siro after he scored 77 goals for the club across two spells, but fans seem less keen after Saturday’s performance.

Romelu Lukaku has been heavily criticised after a poor performance in the Champions League final

The striker dragged a shot wide late on when he could have passed in front of goal

Man City won the final 1-0, giving them the Champions League trophy that completed their treble win

Rodri scored the only goal of the game with a classy strike, but later revealed feeling he played ‘s***’ in the first half.

Fans did not hold back in their criticism of the Belgian striker on Twitter

 Other supporters felt the Belgium international was a ‘finished baller’, and that his late miss had ended their hopes of a fourth European Cup.

City’s victory means they have now matched their arch-rivals Man United in winning the three biggest trophies in one season.

It also means Manchester is just the second history in Europe, after Milan, to boast two Champions League winning clubs.

Despite bagging an emphatic winner after the break, Rodri felt he played ‘s***’ in the first half and  begged the manager to stay on.

It ended up being an excellent night for the Spaniard, although his teammate Kevin De Bruyne had less of an impact after being subbed off with an injury in the first half.

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