On Saturday, the always-loaded Milanese derby was on the program and it became a prey for AC Milan. It beat fellow townsman Inter with 1-2, thanks to two goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Romelu Lukaku still scored against for the Nerazzurri, but had to be defeated. Zlatan now rubs that in a little extra.
After all, the 39-year-old Swede had not yet forgotten the previous derby, in February. Then Inter won 4-2 thanks to a goal from Lukaku. He then took to Twitter with the message that there was a new king in town. Now the Red Devil gets licked by Zlatan.
After all, he now came in turn with a message. “Milan never had a king. They have a GOD,” he writes. Lukaku will think twice before poking fun at Ibrahimovic again …
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