Lautaro Martinez does not stop celebrating. El Toro is one of the bulwarks that coach Lionel Scaloni has in the Argentine National Team, with which he won the Copa América, the Finalissima and the Qatar 2022 World Cup, or the absolute leadership in Inter Milan, which just four days ago lifted the Coppa Italia and will play the Champions League final on June 10 at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul. But, beyond sports, the former Racing is going through a great personal moment with his partner Agustina Gandolfo, with whom he married on Monday before the eyes of some players of the Scaloneta.
This Monday, May 29, Lautaro and Agustina, who already have Nina and are expecting their second child, Theo, said "yes" at the glamorous wedding they held at a five-star hotel in Lake Como, Italy. At the beginning of March, the '10' of the Neroazzurro made a romantic proposal of love to his girlfriend and now organized an exclusive party for the people of his close circle, among which were several players of the Argentine National Team.
With the passing of the hours, images and videos of the intimacy of the wedding where a large part of the family was. Probably, and as they showed on more than one occasion, the Scaloneta is also part of their family and the presence of the players is a sign of this. In some of the varied videos that circulated on social networks, you can see that several world champions were present such as Emiliano Dibu Martínez, Enzo Fernández, Nicolás Tagliafico, Alexis Mac Allister and other players part of the process such as Joaquín Correa and Gerónimo Rulli.
The great absentee was the Rosario star Lionel Messi, who this Sunday was shown with his wife Antonela Rocuzzo celebrating the Ligue 1 title in a recital of Coldplay, precisely the band that Lautaro and Agustina chose to sound during their entrance to the ceremony.
In the middle of all the celebrations for the wedding, the Bull has his head set on the Champions League final that will be played on June 10, when Inter faces Manchester City of Julián Álvarez, at the Olimpico Ataturk in Istanbul.