It took Inter Milan only 10 minutes to return to score in Serie A. Romelu Lukaku finished a beautiful team move between Lautaro Martínez, Christian Eriksen and the Belgian striker who kneeled on one knee and raised his fist to Geroge Floyd’s honor.
Lukaku returned to Serie A in style. The striker took hardly ten minutes to score his first goal post-break, and after it, he dedicated it to Geroge Floyd in a new recognition in world football.
Lukaku ended a lovely team move for Inter Milan. The passage of play started in the Inter box with Handanovic. After a long ball to Lautaro Martínez, the Argentine found the Belgian with a great back-heel.
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The Inter Milan number 9 unleashed Eriksen in the box who then returned it to Lukaku. With no more opposition but Audero, the Belgian striker hit it with his left foot for the first time to make it 1-0.
Then Lukaku kneeled on one knee and raised his first, an action seen in many matches against racism and in memory of George Floyd, who was killed by the police in Minneapolis.