Inter could equal a goal-scoring record which has stood for more than 60 years in tomorrow’s match at Sampdoria, as explained by Milan based media outlet Corriere della Sera.
If Lautaro Martinez scores against the Blucerchiati tomorrow, as detailed by today’s print edition of the newspaper, it would mean Inter have two strikers in double figures after 16 league games for the first time since the 1958-59 season, when Antonio Valentín Angelillo and Eddie Firmani achieved the feat.
Lukaku has already hit double figures and currently lies on 12 goals after 15 games, while Lautaro has scored nine times.
The report from the Milan-based news outlet goes on to explain that the attack remains Inter’s strong point and the matches between now and February will reveal what Inter’s real objectives for this season can be.
In the next month and a half, Inter will face Roma, Juventus, Lazio and AC Milan, with other difficult matches in between with them also due to play Udinese, Benevento and also Fiorentina in the Coppa Italia.