Lukaku aims dig at Zlatan: ‘The real God has crowned the king of Milan’

Inter forward Romelu Lukaku continues to celebrate the Scudetto with a dig at Milan forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic. ‘The real God has crowned the king’. Inter secured their first Scudetto in 11 years and the Belgian forward was heavily involved in helping the Nerazzurri end Juventus’ dominance in Italy. With 21 goals in 33 Serie A games, Lukaku is the leading goalscorer of the Nerazzurri this term. After the 'King vs. God' disputes with Ibrahimovic in the past, the 27-year-old has another dig at the veteran Swede in a post on Twitter. “The real God has crowned the king,” he wrote. “Now, bow down. King of Milan.” The real godhas crowned the king!Now bow downIl nostro dio ha incoronato i Re!Ora inchinatevi!King of Milano — R.Lukaku

End of an era

Few people recall that Andrea Agnelli's reign at Juventus didn't begin with trophies and praise. Instead, Luigi Delneri's side ended the 2010-11 season in seventh place, failing to qualify for any European competition. The turning point was in the summer of 2011, when Antonio Conte was appointed head coach, Andrea Pirlo arrived as a free agent from Milan and the Old Lady played their first season in their new home ground, the Juventus Stadium, now Allianz. Juventus won three Serie A titles with Conte in the dug-out, five with Max Allegri and one more with Maurizio Sarri. The former Napoli coach was brought in to bring a new attacking mentality. Allegri had won 11 titles over five seasons and reached two Champions League

Lichtsteiner: ‘Inter understood that to win, they had to buy Juventini’

Former Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner congratulated Inter for ‘understanding that to win, they had to buy Juventini’. Lichtsteiner, who retired from football in August 2020, left Juventus in July 2018, having won seven Scudetti during his time with the Old Lady. He spoke to TuttoJuve about the current situation at the Allianz Stadium and reminded the Old Lady fans that ‘after the storm, the sun always comes out’. “It’s difficult to judge the season of the Bianconeri, in all honesty I didn’t have the opportunity to watch that many games,” Lichtsteiner said. “Last year, they risked losing the Scudetto, so it’s normal. “I think we must congratulate Inter because they understood that to win, they had to buy Juventini. “Let’s remember that after the storm, the