Lautaro Martínez lives his best moment.
The one who did not appear in the World Cup in Qatar, where he was champion with the National Team but lost the position with Julián Álvarez, is given to him at Inter.
Since the beginning of 2023, El Toro has played seven games -in one he started as a substitute- and
scored six goals
Two of them were added this Saturday in which he was the key piece for a triumph that went uphill in Serie A.
Inter, one of the best teams in Italy, visited Cremonese, who wanders at the bottom of the table for not having won any game.
In the previous one, there could not have been a better rival to recover from the defeat against Empoli in Milan.
But on the field it was not like that.
At 11 minutes into the first half, the Cremona team surprised with a great goal from another game.
Although Inter dominated, it was the locals who prevailed on the scoreboard when Nigerian David Okereke spiked the ball into the corner and made it 1-0.
Not for that reason Simone Inzaghi's team stopped looking for the goal and, in the eighth corner in just 21 minutes, Edin Dzeko finished off the goal, goalkeeper Marco Carnesecchi saved it but rebounded and the ball was served to Lautaro to make the first.
The top scorer in the history of Inter only behind another Argentine like Mauro Icardi did not take long to bill again.
It was in the second half, when he marked the pass for Dzeko, he turned and took the shot to turn the game around.
Since his first game, on January 4 against Napoli, in which he played 26 minutes, 24 days have passed in which Lautaro demonstrated the scrolls that made him start as a starter at La Scaloneta and for which he wears the captain's ribbon at his club. .
In three days, against Atalanta for the Italian Cup, he will have the chance to further improve his impeccable scoring streak.
Perhaps for this reason, Inzaghi decided to take him out when the game with Cremonese had 14 minutes left, something that annoyed the Bahian a bit, who had to give his place to his compatriot Tucu Correa.
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