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- " Romelu, stop scoring goals now, score goals for Belgium" Eden Hazard On Lukaku

 - " Romelu, stop scoring goals now, score goals for Belgium" Eden Hazard On Lukaku.

Eden Hazard has issued Romelu Lukaku a message ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

The pair of Belgium internationals will link up once the Premier League season concludes, as they bid to win the footballing showpiece in Russia with their star-studded squad.

And the Chelsea ace has a few wise words for Lukaku.

“If I have something to say to Romelu – Romelu, stop scoring goals now, score goals for Belgium in the national team for the World Cup please,” he told Sky Sports via Metro.

Lukaku celebrates scoring against

Eden Hazard has issued Romelu Lukaku a message ahead of the 2018 World Cup.

The pair of Belgium internationals will link up once the Premier League season concludes, as they bid to win the footballing showpiece in Russia with their star-studded squad.

And the Chelsea ace has a few wise words for Lukaku.

“If I have something to say to Romelu – Romelu, stop scoring goals now, score goals for Belgium in the national team for the World Cup please,” he told Sky Sports via Metro.

Lukaku celebrates scoring against Chelsea

The brute striker starred against his former side last weekend as United beat Chelsea 2-1.

Lukaku not only netted a goal – which leveled the game, but also created the eventual match winner, setting up Jesse Lingard

The brute striker starred against his former side last weekend as United beat Chelsea 2-1.

Lukaku not only netted a goal – which leveled the game, but also created the eventual match winner, setting up Jesse Lingard.

And Hazard, as well as the rest of the Belgium camp, will be hoping Lukaku can guide his national team to glory in the summer.

The 24-year-old has scored 31 goals from 65 caps on the international scene.

Will he add to his tally?

Well, Belgium are grouped with England, Panama and Tunisia in Group G.

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