The Argentine striker Lautaro Martinez’s superb double fired Inter into the Coppa Italia final against Milan on Tuesday, as they ran out 3-0 victors at San Siro.
The Argentine international kept the Nerazzurri on the verge of winning twice, after a goalless first leg match last month organized a winning game this week.
With Supercoppa Italia already defending against Juventus and Milan just two points ahead of the deadline, Inter can still complete a clean home run.
Simone Inzaghi said the girl Derby della Madonnina had won the result, and his team would be waiting to find out if they would face Juventus or Fiorentina.
With the defeat leaving Stefano Pioli and his team with the remaining Scudetto to fight for, however, the stage is now about to end with Serie A season again.
The kicking whistle had not yet sounded before Inter blew, with Martinez bending Matureo Darmian’s clean ball near the penalty spot.
Such an early goal forced Milan to attack, with Rafael Leao and Alexis Saelemaekers very close to the turn.
An unstoppable exchange in the first half saw Ivan Perisic give permission to save the goal on the line, before the Nerazzurri scored the winning goal in the next round.
After the release of Marcelo Brozovic from the reforms, Martinez smashed Joaquin Correa’s ball over Mike Maignan for a second to score again before the break, and it was a mountain for Milan to climb.
The Rossoneri continued to meet after a while and Ismael Bennacer’s goal was disallowed, and Pierre Kalulu ruled offside. From the moment the wind blew out of the game and when Martinez bent down with 20 minutes to go, it seemed as if the game was over, even before Robin Gosens postponed home for a third to close the deal.