Romelu Lukaku praised that only Lewandowski and Haaland at his level
The Belgium international at San Siro maintains an excellent standard, with 24 more goals added this season to the 34 he managed during his successful debut campaign in Italy.
Only a few people can live with Lukaku at present
Romelu Lukaku has been praised that “only Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland are at his level” when it comes to attacking talent, with Ivan Zamorano of the opinion that Inter now boast the best-attacking division in Europe. The Belgium international at San Siro maintains an excellent standard, with 24 more goals added this season to the 34 he managed during his successful debut campaign in Italy. The 27-year-old believes that he is performing at the peak of his strength, few a people can live with him at present. And Ivan feels only two star turns at Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund can claim an equally devastating in the final third.Former Inter striker Zamorano told reporters: “Lukaku is a top player now. If we are talking about natural centre-forwards, only Robert Lewandowski and Erling Haaland are at Lukaku’s level.
Inter become an almost impossible team to stop
Romelu has undoubtedly become one of the most feared strikers in the European game. When the likes of Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez are added to the mix alongside him, then Serie A leaders Inter become an almost impossible outfit to stop. Zamorano believes they are setting the standard now. With the Chilean saying of a frontline that includes a fellow countryman: “Alexis Sánchez has finally reached his peak, physically and mentally. If he is in good shape, he cannot be stopped. It is a pity that he is only an alternative and not the first choice. But then he is up against Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku.”
“I can hardly see another team in Europe with three such formidable forwards. Not even Barcelona, Real Madrid or Juventus can match Inter. As a former striker, I would like all three to play together. But it depends on the game and the opponent.”
A star-studded cast of striking talent has helped to push Inter into a title rivalry this season. They have six points clear at the top of the Serie A standings with 12 games left to take and are chasing down a first domestic crown in 11 years. Zamorano said of the work that Conte oversees: “Antonio is a hard worker. So I don’t care if he is a Juventus icon or won a great deal with them. I don’t want a fan, and I want a coach, a professional who can get the best out of his squad. His mission is to bring the Scudetto back to Milan.”