Romelu Lukaku will have a tough time with the situation, according to Thierry Henry, because the Belgian forward committed several important errors in Inter’s loss to Manchester City in the final of the Champions League.
Lukaku had a golden opportunity to tie the game late in Inter’s defeat to Manchester City in the Champions League final, but he passed it up. Henry, who worked with the striker before as an assistant manager for the Belgian national team, acknowledged that it is possible that the striker would struggle as a result of his blunder.
Henry stated on CBS Sports that the individual “is going to have to go through exactly what it was that he went through after the World Cup.” “Even though I believe that it was a challenging situation with Dimarco, people will still blame him even though I think it was a difficult one.”
“The header he made inside the six-yard box is going to come back to get him. He is going to have to learn to accept it. I’ve been on both sides of the coin when it comes to finals: sometimes you’re on the winning side, and sometimes you’re not.
Lukaku saw comparable challenges during the World Cup when he failed to capitalize on a number of scoring opportunities in Belgium’s final group game draw against Croatia, which was a match that his team needed to win.