- Romelu Lukaku has made it clear that he is the new king in Milan
- This comes after the Belgian netted the last goal in his side's win over bitter rivals AC Milan
- Ibrahimovic who had referred himself as the king also netted in his side's defeat
Romelu Lukaku has declared himself as the new king in town after scoring Inter Milan's fourth goal against big rivals AC Milan on Sunday night, February 9.
The victory for Inter Milan was a big one for Antonio Conte and his wards as it took them to the summit of the Serie A after 23 games played this season.
Ante Rebic scored the opener for AC Milan in the 40th minute before Zlatan Ibrahimovic doubled the lead for the visitors before the half time break.
But Inter Milan came back smoking in the second half scoring four goals against their bitter rivals in which Romelu Lukaku netted the last goal.
His celebration also forced the referee to give him a yellow card after scoring for Inter Milan.
After his successive first spell in 2010 to 2012 in Italy, Zlatan Ibrahimovic declared himself as the king in Milan considering his performances.
And after a stint in the American League, Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned to AC Milan in January and has scored two goals in five games so far.
Since his move from Manchester United to Inter Milan, Romelu Lukaku has netted 17 goals in 23 ties for Antonio Conte's side.
In a post match reaction on social media, the former Everton star rolled out a photo calling himself as the new king seemingly directed at his former teammate Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The Belgian also explained that AC Milan played very well in the first half of the encounter and added that they had to change their pattern of play in the second half.
He also thanked his teammates, coaching crew and fans for the support he has gotten since joining Inter Milan claiming that he wants to win titles in Milan.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how the Milan derby produced a six-goal thriller as Inter Milan defeated their rivals AC Milan in an entertaining 4-2 derby win.
Antonio Conte's side have now moved to level on points with leaders Juventus after coming from two-goals down to beat their city neighbors.
Two first half goals from Ante Rebic and Zlatan Ibrahimovic put AC in a comfortable position but Marcelo Brozovic and Matias Vecino brought Inter back on level terms within eight minutes after the restart.
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