By Amir Mir
Romelu Lukaku scored a brace for Belgium in their 4-0 thumping of Cyprus in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday evening, and Everton supporters urged their striker to take that form into the Premier League.
Lukaku opened the scoring for his country after 13 minutes, before he doubled the lead with a simple header from close range on the hour mark.
With 16 minutes to go on the clock former Toffees manager Roberto Martinez withdrew the forward from action, as the Red Devils went on to pick up a comfortable three points.
One Everton fan jokingly wondered if their star man remembers what a goal looks like, after the 23-year-old has failed to find the net for his club so far this season.
Another supporter called for Lukaku to save his goals for Ronald Koeman. Overall though, the Goodison Park faithful were pleased to see their striker in among the goals and they congratulated his efforts.
@Everton he does remember what a goal is then?
— Jack Cook (@jackpaulcook) September 6, 2016
Good to see Rom in amongst the goals. Let's bring that form to the prem now big man. #EFC
— Sticky Toffee (@BlueandWhyte) September 6, 2016
Seems theres only one fella about who can get Rom scoring… 👀☝🏾️👞 #efc
— Tony (@Redfern1986) September 6, 2016
@Everton go Rom
— Barrie Jaques (@JaquesBarrie) September 6, 2016
— Official Kev Ruscoe (@kevdotbadger) September 6, 2016
Lukaku has just put Belgium one up.
— Patrick Boyland (@Paddy_Boyland) September 6, 2016
— EFC Related (@EFCRelated) September 6, 2016
In other Everton team news, Joey Barton has said he has proved his former club wrong.