Apparently they weren't racist remarks based on the majority of responses above.
I think the only reason Lukaku went berserk was that he heard Zlatan saying something about his mother and not the stupid voodoo thing. There wasn't any racist remark.
Saelemaekers then went to talk to Lukaku to calm him down and raise his arm to give him a caress or whatever, Lukaku slapped him away and told him "fuck off bitch".
Saelemakers: "hey man, calm down Belgian buddy"
Lukaku. "FUCK OFF BITCH!"
Last night proved, like many games before, that Inter is by far the best team in Italy. Milan are very good and of course i don't underestimate Juve nor Atalanta, but Inter have the best squad and we reach huge number of opportunities almost in every match. Lukaku, for now, is the only attacking players that does his job. He scores, he opens the game for his teammates and he's by far our most important player in attack. On the other hand, Toro and Alexis are no where near him and so we depend on Lukaku.
Lmaoo, Lukaku never said "fuck off bitch" to Saelemaekers. You got that from this post I made jokingly in the match thread
You can't just go around writing stuff you read on a random forum as though they are facts lmao
Ibra taketh, Ibra giveth.
In a game that was pretty much anyone's to take, Ibra unleashes a great shot that most strikers would miss. Surely, Kolarov breaking the offside trap and failing to block the shot are major mistakes. But over the years we have seen what kind of player Ibra really is. A 1% shot, is a 10% shot for him. The further away, the better.
This, however, is not an ode to this player. The same player that takes phenomenal shots at the age of 39, proves to not be a trustworthy leader for the Rossoneri. Rather than carrying his team through the game, he decides on approaching Romelu Lukaku with remarks that are at least extremely questionable. And after coming "mentally victorious" out of that clash, he ends up being the one to pick up the red for the most unnecessary midfield tackle from behind.The same Kolarov that might have put us at a deficit, smiles grinningly while Ibra leaves the field with his head in his chest.
This Ibra guy is not a leader. He's a man who cares for nothing but himself. Team leaders would not leave their team behind like that - let alone trying to provoke opposing players in nonsensical ways.
The Nerazzurri were victorious in this Derby della Madonnina, and I'm sure many of you are already looking forward to the next.
Sempre Forza Inter!
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