From the columns of Tuttosport, Sandro Sabatini analyzes the attack pair of Inter formed by Lukaku and Lautaro and takes the comparison with a couple from the cinema: Bud Spencer and Terence Hill .
" Lukaku looks like Bud Spencer. And Lautaro becomes Terence Hill. Instead of dusting off the sticker albums, let's take a look at the old movie posters. The big one slams everyone down, the smart one places the decisive tap. The couple works, the people having fun, the takings are guaranteed: yesterday these expressions told Bud Spencer and Terence Hill, today Lukaku and Lautaro.Rather than hazarding improbable comparisons with great pairs-goals of the past, it is better to describe their history as if it were a movie. Lukaku was certainly not bought with the Black Friday discounts: it cost a 70 of millions and takes 9 of salary. They had parked him in the suburbs at Manchester. Conte imposed it at the center of the project, where there was Lautaro who last year seemed too sweet and nowhere to be found, even if it was the preview of the Nutella biscuit. Thus, after having even chased Dzeko and captured only Sanchez, Inter held him because he seemed ugly – or at least premature – to pack him as any Icardi or Perisic or Nainggolan. It has become strong. It matters little if it already was. And if perhaps, as Capello denounces, Interists celebrated Thanksgiving in Prague (to the defenders of Slavia)
THE COMPARISON WITH DYBALA – " You can play on who makes the most beautiful figure and also with the figurines, trying to exchange that of Dybala with that of Lautaro. Protecting yourself from the extreme exasperation and making it clear that it is only a suggestion of a fantamercato , there is the simplest question, as ancient as the sport and its fascinating rivalries: who is stronger, between the two? The statistics offer a support that does not clarify. same average / goal per minute and also the number of assists is the same. The technique rewards Paulo for the strikes, the concreteness is with the nerazzurro. Instead the sensations address the opposites Dybala shines especially when eclipses Ronaldo, instead Lautaro shines when he exalts Lukaku, and perhaps this also explains why Messi, when it comes to autographing the Argentine line-up, puts the stamp on the titular interviewer and Paulino sits on the bench. Per Conte, who lives the game on the bench as if he were in a curve, cares little about what they think there in South America. He places himself in the front row and returns to the cinema, where one beats and the other shoots, and two heroes act as bad guys but do only the good of Inter. The film in which Lukaku makes Bud Spencer and Lautaro turns into Terence Hill. And to become as good as Don Matteo, there is time ".
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