The Belgium forward Romelu Lukaku since returning from Chelsea kick start his first home game for Inter Milan, assisting his team in Serie A defeat Spezia 3-0 on Saturday for two wins from two games.
Romelu was called for two goals – scored in each half by Hakan Çalhanoğlu and Lautaro Martínez– and home fans cheering him fantastically in the 68th minute when he made way for Edin Dzeko.
For the third goal in the 82nd, Edin set up fellow substitute Joaquin Correa.
Last weekend Romelu smashed a header off the crossbar prior to break as he almost added to his goal from Inter’s opening win over freshly promoted Lecce.
Nicolo Barella sent in a cross that Lukaku headed back for the Argentine to unleash his shot inside the left post.Inter dominated from the start but home fans had to hold back till the 35th minute for Martínez to fire in the opener.
Moreover, on Saturday, the player Domenico Berardi’s brilliant first-half goal was sufficient for Sassuolo to defeat Lecce 1-0.
Furthermore, Udinese had Nehuen Perez substituted just prior to the break, however, visiting Salernitana refused by goalkeeper Marco Silvestri in a scoreless draw.