Spotted: Lukaku barely celebrates his goal v Boro

Romelu Lukaku netted Chelsea’s opening goal against Middlesbrough in the 14th minute of the FA Cup quarter-final clash.

He didn’t seem particularly happy after the game as his celebration was extremely restrained.

He thanked Mason Mount for the assist… and that’s it.

Perhaps the big Belgian is unhappy with his role as a back-up player to Kai Havertz.

The Blues were 2-0 up at half-time.

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Chelsea’s potential new owner reveals one of Abramovich’s mistake he’s avoiding

Chelsea’s potential new owner, Sir Martin Broughton, has declared that there will be no one person in charge of the club when the takeover is completed.

Broughton said the club will be owned by several companies to provide stability and avoid all the risks around a single-party owner as the Blues is currently witnessing after the UK government sanctioned their Russian owner, Roman Abramovich.

Broughton, who is a former British Airways and Liverpool chairman, is now in pole position to buy the club, but not doing that alone with British property tycoon Candy, also involved.

“I think we’ve got a bid which combines a group of individuals, so there’s no one person in charge,” he told talkSPORT.

“All the risks around a single-party owner – geopolitical like we’re seeing now, financial like at Liverpool, health etc – can throw a club into confusion.

“A consortium gives stability to the club – people who are going to invest in the future with no timeline, no exit timeline.”

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