MILAN - Like always, Romelu Lukaku left his mark. Indeed, he bagged two goals: the first gave Inter the lead and the second levelled things up in the 90th minute to seal a 2-2 draw, a result which is more bitter than sweet for the Nerazzurri given the quality of the team's performance. The Belgian forward has found the net in all of his last nine Inter games in European competitions, scoring 11 goals. All of the Nerazzurri's last six goals in the Champions League bear the signs of Lukaku's influence: four goals and two assists.
Following the match, the Nerazzurri striker spoke to Sky Sport: "This draw is not a good result, we can do better, but now is a time in which we must continue to work so that we can get stronger. We need to improve in all departments: we made two mistakes in defence and we must be more clinical in attack and finish the opportunities we create."