Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku claims he is ready to fight to the death for his coach, Antonio Conte. Romelu Lukaku is shrouded in joy after Inter Milan is confirmed to be champions of the Italian League 2020-2021. He celebrated by traveling around the City of Milan in an open-top car while flying the Inter Milan jersey. Lukaku is one of the important actors in the success of the Nerazzurri in embracing the Scudetto this season.
The Belgian striker became Inter’s main goal machine. He has produced 21 goals in 33 appearances in Serie A. However, Lukaku admitted, he could not be as productive now without the help of Antonio Conte. According to Lukaku, Conte is a figure who motivates him to give everything on the pitch. The 27-year-old striker admitted that he was ready to fight to the death for Antonio Conte.
“It is important to meet people who help you do better. Conte advised me directly, such as telling how to play with his back to the goal,” said Lukaku. The Italian league title this season became the second domestic trophy in Lukaku’s career. Also read: 2 Key Steps for Lukaku to Release from MU to Champion with Inter Previously, the former Manchester United bomber had won the Belgian League with Anderlecht in the 2009-2010 season. For Lukaku, the achievements with the team are more important than individual achievements. “In a career, you can score 500 goals, but if you don’t win (league champions) in the end everything is in vain,” said Lukaku ending.