Romelu Lukaku apologised to Scotland boss, Steve Clarke after scoring a brace in Belgium’s 3-0 Euro 2020 qualifying win over Scotland.
The big Belgian’s brace and another from Kevin de Bruyne ensure that Belgium maintained their 100 percent record in the Euro 2020 qualifying.
With VAR not being used in the encounter, Scotland appealed against Lukaku’s second with appeals of offside against Kevin de Bruyne in the build-up of the goal.
Nonetheless, the goal stood and KDB rubbed salt in the injury with another goal of his own.
Scotland boss felt that the scoreline was a bit harsh on his side who performed well against the world’s top ranked team but have now being left languishing somewhere in fourth place, six points behind group leaders, Belgium and three behind second-placed Russia.
Clarke who managed Lukaku during his spell at West Brom said the Manchester United striker apologized to him after the game.
“I just had a big cuddle with him in the tunnel. He apologised for scoring,” said Clarke according to a report by Daily Mail.