The Belgian scored in the three games played by Inter and has been eight in a row in the continental tournament.
Romelu Lukaku led by the hand Inter towards the quarterfinals of the Europa League, with the goal that opened 2-0 against Getafe on neutral ground in Germany and confirmed that the continental tournament suits the Belgian forward.
In total he has eight straight games scoring at least one goal in the competition, after what he achieved in the two games of the previous instance against Ludogorets
His streak began in 2014 with the Everton jersey, in a series of converted goals against Wolfsburg, Young Boys (three in the first leg, two in the return) and in both duels with Dinamo Kiev.
The English team reached the eighth of the Europa League, but now Lukaku’s goals served to get into the top eight.
8 – Romelu #Lukaku has scored in his last eight Europa League matches, equalling the longest streak in the competition (including UEFA Cup) set by Alan Shearer in 2005. Sniper. #InterGetafe pic.twitter.com/jyjKLRYZ15
– OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) August 5, 2020
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