Romelu Lukaku is hitting top form at the right time for Inter Milan, the Belgian striker making one goal and scoring another in a 3-0 derby win over AC Milan on Sunday which put his side in pole position to win its first Serie A title in 11 years.
Lukaku has had his fair share of critics throughout his career, but his brilliantly-taken goal for Inter’s third – his sixth strike in his last six appearances in all competitions — took him to the top of the Serie A scoring charts.
Lukaku became the first player to score in four consecutive Milan derbies in Serie A since 1950, but the 27-year-old is not just about goals. His pinpoint cross to set up Lautaro Martinez for Inter’s first on Sunday was his fifth league assist of the season.
“Lukaku can improve a lot, he is only 27,” Martinez told DAZN.
“He works very hard and he…