Former Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku  showed class, and scored the second goal  as Inter Milan recorded  2-1 victory over Brescia at the Stadio Mario Rigamonti.

The goal for Inter Milan came in the 22nd minute, as Lautaro Martinez’s hopeful long-range shot took a huge deflection and looped over Brescia goalkeeper Enrico Alfonso.

Credited as Martinez’s goal, it meant the Argentine had his sixth in as many Nerazzurri games.

In an effort to equalise, Brescia  began to press much higher almost immediately after going behind.

Brescia were a side transformed as the second half began and played with the shackles off to drive Inter back towards their own goal.

As attractive as it was, it left plenty of space and ​Romelu Lukaku put it to good use.

Picking the ball up on the right flank, the Belgian drove inside and curled around both defender and goalkeeper for the second goal.

Source: 90 Mins