Photo – Romelu Lukaku 4th Inter Player Ever To Score At Least 20 Goals In Serie A Debut Season

Photo – Romelu Lukaku 4th Inter Player Ever To Score At Least 20 Goals In Serie A Debut Season
July 6, 2020 02:30
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Inter striker Romelu Lukaku’s impressive first season with the Nerazzurri was highlighted in a Tweet posted by Italian stats provider Opta Paolo yesterday.

The 27-year-old Belgian striker joined the Nerazzurri from Manchester United last summer in a record-breaking deal for the Milanese club, and has instantly had an impact.

Lukaku has made 41 appearances across all competitions so far this season, for a total of 3376 minutes. In that time, he has scored 26 goals and provided five assists.

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