Lautaro Martínez, Nicolás González score in final as Inter win Coppa Italia


Lautaro Martínez and Nicolás González both scored in the Coppa Italia final as Inter lifted the trophy.

It was Martínez who scored twice after Nicolás González had initially scored first in the final with all three goals being scored by an Argentine. With the score at 0-0 and after only three minutes, Nicolás González scored to give Fiorentina the 1-0 lead.

A ball across the penalty area found Nicolás González and he scored from close range. That was goal number 12 for him this season or 13 if counting Conference League qualifying.

Martínez would draw Inter level as he received the ball inside the penalty area and scored. That goal was number 100 for him in an Inter shirt.

The Argentine was not done yet. At 1-1, a cross inside the penalty area and it was a volley by Lautaro who scored the goal which would give Inter the Coppa Italia win.

Now on 27 club goals this season, that is the most Lautaro has ever scored in a single season.

Joaquín Correa would be brought on as a substitute for Inter while Lucas Martínez Quarta would start for Fiorentina.


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