Lukaku beats Havertz and VAR

The Belgian scored a great goal, he was the best and continues to sweep the Europa League. The VAR corrected two penalties to Del Cerro Grande. Inter, to the semifinals.


Inter won their first European semi-final since 2010, defeating Leverkusen 2-1 with a score too tight from what was seen on the pitch. The Italians seemed to solve the process in just 20 minutes. An intense and orderly start to the match led them to go ahead with Barella, who took advantage of Sinkgraven's rebound after a shot from Lukaku and beat Hradecky with the outside of his feet. The Belgian, in the 21 ', made it 2-0 with his impressive physical power, defending the ball in the heart of the area against Tapsoba and surpassing the rival goal with a shot as he fell to the ground.

It was somewhat historic: with this, the striker added nine consecutive Europa League games scoring goals and beat Alan Shearer's record. Four minutes later, however, Havertz was confirmed as the most dangerous man among the Germans closing the gap after a combination with Volland.

The most exciting stretch of the match ended with a possible penalty for a hand by Sinkgraven that the referee conceded and then canceled after seeing the VAR images. At the resumption, Conte's men touched 3-1 several times, but wasted too many chances and in the discount the video referee took another penalty, which the referee whistled for a Bellarabi foul on Eriksen (who entered very well in the 60th minute) , and canceled for a hand from Barella. The 3-1 did not come, but the classification did. And it was well deserved.

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