Bologna 0-1 Inter Milan: Lukaku scores eighth goal in last nine games, as leaders are released eight points
Bologna 0-1 Inter Milan: Romelu Lukaku scores his eighth goal in the last nine league games while Serie A leaders take advantage of a slip-up from second-placed AC Milan to unlock eight points
- Inter Milan went eight points clear thanks to Lukaku’s effort in the first half
- Lukaku tapped home after his powerful header was initially stopped by Ravaglia
- Saturday’s victory is another step for Inter towards its first league title since 2010
Romelu Lukaku scored his 20th Serie A goal of the season to give Inter Milan a 1-0 victory in Bologna on Saturday and release the Milan club eight points at the top of the table.
The Belgian struck after 32 minutes to become the seventh player in Inter’s 113-year history to reach 20 goals in two consecutive Serie A seasons, having racked up 23 points in his debut season last year.
Inter Milan went clear at the top eight points thanks to the effort of Romelu Lukaku in the first half
Lautaro Martinez knocked the post for the visitors with the best chance of the second half, as Bologna was let down by poor shooting accuracy in their attempts to level.
Inter are at 68 points, eight ahead of second-placed rival AC Milan, and will expand that lead to 11 points if they win against Sassuolo on Wednesday. Bologna remains 11th with 34 points.
Lukaku tapped home after his powerful header was initially stopped by goalkeeper Ravaglia