Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku scored a goal and tired Bayer Leverkusen defense to lead his team to the Europa League semi-finals with a 2-1 victory over the German team.Niccolo Barrilla put the Italian team ahead 15 minutes after the start when he followed up with a shot from Lukaku to put the ball in the net.
Six minutes later, Lukaku strengthened the score when he proved his strength and received the ball inside the penalty area and was succeeded by defender Edmund Tapsuba, but he turned around with his body and put it into the net.
Leverkusen winger Kai Havertz, who is rumored to be seeking a contract with Chelsea, reduced the difference for the German team, but thanks to the German team remaining in the match, goalkeeper Okach Hraditzky has addressed several dangerous opportunities.
The referee counted two penalties for Lukaku, with one kick in each half, but the VAR technique canceled the decisions.
However, this did not prevent Inter from striking a semi-final date with the winner from facing Shakhtar Donetsk of Ukraine and Basel of Switzerland on Tuesday.