Serie A: Inter continues to march towards the first title since 2010 with a fifth successive victory
Inter Milan continued to march towards its first title since its historic hat-trick in 2010, led by Jose Mourinho, by achieving its fifth successive victory at the expense of its guest Genoa 3-0 Sunday in the twenty-fourth stage of the Italian Football League.
And after he grabbed the lead in the previous stage from his arch-rival Milan, then he moved away in the lead by four points by winning last Sunday over "Rossoneri" in particular 3-0, and Inter expanded Sunday's difference from Stefano Pioli's team to seven points, waiting for the tough match that the latter fights against Hostess of Rome.
Coach Antonio Conte's team announced its intention early, as it opened the scoring after only 32 seconds when it launched with a quick attack and the ball reached the Argentine Lautaro Martínez, who passed it to the Belgian Romelu Lukaku, and the latter made it before he hit a strong ground on the right of goalkeeper Mattia Beren, raising his score To 18 goals in second place on the scorers' list, a goal behind Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo.
But the Lukaku goal is far from the record for the fastest goal in the history of the Italian League, which Portuguese Liao scored for Milan (2-1) on December 20 against Sassuolo, just 6 seconds after the start.
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