Those who believe Romelu Lukaku doesn’t score in the big games might want to take a look at his record against AC Milan.

Lukaku helped Inter demolish their city rivals 3-0 in Sunday’s Derby della Madonnina, beating Gianluigi Donnarumma with a devastating solo effort after Lautaro Martinez had hit a double.

As highlighted today, Lukaku has become the first player in Inter’s 113-year history to score in five consecutive Milan derbies.

What’s more, the Belgian has achieved that record with his first five matches in a Nerazzurri shirt.

Lukaku scored a glorious header to secure a 2-0 victory on his derby debut in 2019, before helping Antonio Conte’s side come from two goals down to win 4-2 last February.

He then netted Inter’s only goal in their 2-1 defeat in the league earlier this season, before converting a penalty in their Coppa Italia quarter-final victory over the Rossoneri last month.

Lukaku may still be waiting for his first goal against Juventus, but AC Milan are fast becoming one of the 27-year-old’s most vulnerable victims.