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Romelu Lukaku PUNCHES the dugout and storms down the tunnel in tears after he missed three sitters as Belgium crashed out of the World Cup… with Didier Drogba and Alan Shearer sympathising with striker who was ‘nowhere near ready’ after injury

By Kieran Lynch For Mailonline

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An emotional Romelu Lukaku took out his frustration on the Belgian dugout after he missed three sitters as his country crashed out of the World Cup.  

Belgium needed to beat Croatia to reach the last-16 at the World Cup, but they were held to a goalless draw – though Lukaku had some golden opportunities to send Roberto Martinez’s side through to the knock-out stage.

After the final whistle, Lukaku punched the dugout – breaking the plexiglass window – and had to be consoled by Belgium’s coaching staff including Thierry Henry.

Romelu Lukaku missed three sitters as Belgium crashed out of the World Cup with a draw

After the game he showed his frustration by punching the glass on the Belgium dugout

The Inter Milan striker, on loan from Chelsea, was then in tears as he went down the tunnel.

Lukaku has struggled with injuries going into the World Cup and was not fit enough to start against Croatia – only entering the fray at half-time as Belgium teetered on the brink of elimination.

Within minutes he fired a right-footed shot off the post when presented with an open goal to begin his horrible second-half of misses.

Not long after he headed over the crossbar from six years out when the goal was gaping – though the goal wouldn’t have counted as Kevin De Bruyne’s cross had gone out of play. 

Lukaku was in tears and had to be consoled by coaching staff including Thierry Henry

Belgium fans were inconsolable after the full time whistle as their side were dumped out 

The Red Devils were one of the favourites to lift the trophy before jetting out to Qatar 

Supporters will be incredibly disappointed to see the side finish below Croatia and Morocco

The 29-year-old then flicked an effort wide from four yards late on when the ball arrived at him quickly.

Then the the biggest miss came Thorgan Hazard sent a cross to the far post with Lukaku – three yards out – mis-controlling the ball on his chest and allowing the chance to go begging. 

BBC Sport pundits felt sympathy for Lukaku, believing that he wasn’t ready to play against Croatia. 

Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba said in regards to Lukaku punching the dugout: ‘He is frustrated not only because he missed the goal but because of the spirit of the team during this tournament. All the talk of fights between players. This is what he will be frustrated by more than the missed chances’

Lukaku came off the bench and hit the post when there was an empty goal to score

The Belgian striker then was disappointed after a close-range header went over the bar

Lukaku’s worst miss came when he miscontrolled the ball and failed to score from three yards 

He added: ‘We cannot put the blame on someone who has been injured for two months. As a striker he should have been more on his toes, but you can’t blame him.’

His fellow BBC pundit Alan Shearer added: ‘It will hurt him. He was nowhere near ready, otherwise they would have started him. He gave them a focal point. His lack of game time has hurt them.’

Drogba added: ‘You need more games to find the rhythm. If they were a positive team, with a positive energy, I wonder whether one of these chances would have gone in.’ 

In regards to his last miss which bounced off Lukaku’s chest, Drogba said: ‘This is the type of goal (Filippo) Inzaghi would score, he would be on his toes. The talk of the fights in the camp, that is why he is frustrated.’

Belgium’s World Cup exit comes on the back of talks of a rift within the camp, including a clash involving Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Jan Vertonghen after the 2-0 defeat to Morocco – a row which Lukaku was said to have helped split up. 

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