Romelu Lukaku is driving Inter’s Serie A title charge by playing like ‘an unstoppable train’, according to the Nerazzurri’s former striker Christian Vieri.

Lukaku has been prolific for Antonio Conte’s side since his club-record transfer from Manchester United in 2019, scoring no less than 57 goals in 81 appearances across all competitions.

He has hit 17 goals in 22 league appearances this season and was again on target during Sunday’s 3-0 derby win over AC Milan.

Speaking on his Twitch channel last night, Bobo TV, Vieri said: “Lukaku is unmarkable, he’s like a train that you can’t stop.

“He will score one or two goals per game at this summer’s European Championships.”

Belgium have been drawn in Group B alongside Denmark, Finland and Russia for Euro 2020, which was postponed by one year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Roberto Martinez’s side will be relying on Lukaku to fire them to glory this summer, perhaps after the 27-year-old has led Inter to their first league title in 11 years.

Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez are on course to outscore all of Inter’s title-winning attacks, as per a report in Tuesday’s papers.