Lukaku on the scoresheet as Conte’s Inter beat Lecce 4-0

Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku scored on his Inter Milan debut as new coach Antonio Conte began his reign at San Siro with a perfect start, beating promoted Lecce 4-0 win over on Monday.
Lukaku scored on the hour mark to make it 3-0 at the San Siro. The Belgian international joined the Italian side from Manchester United in a €65 million deal.
A mistake by Lecce goalkeeper Gabriel sent the ball into the path of Lautaro Martinez, which allows Lukaku to score.
The striker turned and took a bow in front of home fans among the 65,000 spectators.
Marcelo Brozovic scored the first goal after 21 minutes with a powerful strike for his 15th goal in his sixth season with Inter.
Stefano Sensi, a summer loan from Sassuolo, also found a way through the defence and scored three minutes later.
Lecce played the last fifteen minutes with ten men after Brazilian Diego Farias saw red in his first game for a studs on tackle on his former Cagliari teammate Nicolo Barella.
Antonio Candreva added the last goal on 84 minutes to finish off an impressive display by Inter.
The win keeps Inter in pace with eight-time reigning champions Juventus and runners-up Napoli who both won their opening league matches at the weekend.

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