The Argentine player was the protagonist of Inter Milan’s 4-0 victory over Salernitana.
Lautaro Martínez starred in a new victory for Guillermo Ochoa. Inter Milan beat Salernitana 0-4 on the seventh day of the Serie A match, with a good performance from the Argentine, who came off the bench in the 55th minute to score four goals in the game.
The Nerazzurri team controlled the game in the first 10 minutes of the game. The constant pressure they exerted on the exit of Salernitana prevented the cherry squad from leaving their field of play.
At that moment, when Inter Milan was the protagonist of the game, Guillermo Ochoa appeared to prevent this dominance from appearing on the scoreboard. The Mexican goalkeeper flew in and took the ball with his right hand right off the head of Marcus Thuram, after a set piece.
Salernitana knew how to overcome the pressure exerted by Inter Milan and even showed a better side than the Nerazzurri team. Through counterattacks, the cherry team became the most dangerous team on the Arechi Stadium field, but they lacked the strength to bring it to the scoreboard.
The home team squandered their clear scoring options and paid for it in the 62nd minute, when Inter Milan made no mistake with their second shot on goal of the game. Marcus Thuram assisted Lautaro Martínez, who took a pass from Guillermo Ochoa to push the ball into the net.
Salernitana was surprised and reacted four minutes later to score the equalizer, but it was disallowed due to offside. Agustín Martegani left Mateusz Legowski in front of the Inter Milan goal, who, in an advanced position, scored the first for the locals. However, after a review of the VAR action, it was cancelled.
Inter Milan took advantage of an early error by Salernitana to score the second goal of the night. Nicolo Barella made a poor stop in the defense of the home team and sent in a late cross, where Lautaro Martínez appeared, who once again beat Guillermo Ochoa to make the score 0-2.
Salernitana went from surprising Inter Milan to defeat. Lautaro Martínez, in the 83′, scored the third from the penalty spot, after a foul by Mateo Lovato on Marcus Thuram and the Argentine appeared again, in the 89′, to make the final 4-0.