Are you watching Ole? Manchester United old boys Romelu Lukaku, Matteo Darmian and Alexis Sanchez all on target as Inter Milan go seven points clear at top of Serie A with victory over Genoa
- Inter Milan went seven points clear at the top of Serie A with 3-0 win over Genoa
- Romelu Lukaku scored 17th goal of season after 32 seconds to give Inter lead
- Matteo Darmian put Inter well in control after rifling home from 12 yards
- Alexis Sanchez became the third former Manchester United player to score
Inter Milan went seven points clear at the top of Serie A with a resounding 3-0 victory over Genoa.
It took Inter just 32 seconds to take the lead as in-form striker Romelu Lukaku picked up the ball on the half-way line, drove foward and smartly finished with his right foot to take him ahead of Cristiano Ronaldo in the Serie A scoring charts on 18 goals.
The former Manchester United man then teed up another former Red Devil as he laid it on a plate for Matteo Darmian to fire home in the 69th minute. If two wasn’t enough, Alexis Sanchez then got in on the act with a close-range header after Lukaku forced a save from Matthia Perin.
The result leaves league leaders Inter seven points ahead of second-placed AC Milan, who play AS Roma later on Sunday, and 10 points clear of Juventus in third.
More to follow.
Romelu Lukaku took just 32 seconds to score a Serie A-high 17th goal of the season vs Genoa
Matteo Darmian (left) and Alexis Sanchez (right) secured the points in a 3-0 victory
Inter Milan XI: Handanovic, Skriniar, de Vrij, Bastoni, Darmian (D’Ambrosio 84′), Barella (Vidal 85′), Brozovic (Gagliardini 76′), Eriksen, Perisic (Young 84′), Lukaku, Martinez (Sanchez 76′)
Subs (not used): Padelli, Gagliardini, Rannochia, Radu, Kolarov, Vecino, Padelli, Pinamonti
Goals: Lukaku (1′), Darmian (69′), Sanchez (77′)
Genoa XI: Perin, Goldaniga, Radonavic (Onguene, 45′), Zapata, Ghiglione (Shomurodov 62′), Melegoni (Portanova 71′), Rovella, Strootman (Behrami, 45′), Czyborra, Pjaca, Scamacca (Pandev 62′)
Subs (not used): Destro, Criscito, Zajc, Portanova, Pandev, Marchetti, Destro, Badeij, Masiello
Booked: Strootman, Zapata
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