May 13, 2021

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Lukaku mocks former Man United teammate Ibrahimovic after Inter win Serie A

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Romelu Lukaku looks to have revived his war of words with Zlatan Ibrahimovic as he aimed a dig at the AC Milan forward after Inter Milan won the Italian league title.

The pair played together at Manchester United but fell out dramatically this season, butting heads and trading insults with each other in a Coppa Italia quarter-final between Inter and AC in January.

Both players were given a one-match ban after the clash and Lukaku has clearly not forgotten about it.

In a tweet celebrating Inter’s first Serie A title in 11 years, Lukaku made reference to an interview Ibrahimovic conducted in October 2020 in which he said ‘Milan never had a king, they have a god’.


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“The real god has crowned the king,” Lukaku tweeted. “Now bow down.”

“King of Milano,” he added with a winking face and a crown.

Lukaku was filmed on the streets of Milan celebrating his side’s Serie A win – the first major title win of Lukaku’s career.

With 27 goals to his name in all competitions for Inter this season, Lukaku told Sky Italia over the weekend that he feels it has been the most productive campaign of his career.

He said: “It can be said that this was the best year of my career. Last was also good, but this year we have done some great things and I hope we can continue like this.

“I’m really happy, I want to thank everyone because this year has been really good for us.”

He added: “I am very happy for all the Inter fans in the world, for the team, for the coach and his staff, for the president, for everyone.

“It was a good year for us, I’m really proud to play for Inter. For me, it’s time to celebrate with the people, I went out with a friend of mine because the best thing is to see the fans and I’m glad I did.

“For many of us Inter players it is the first title and right now we just have to celebrate.”

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