Eriksen scores first Inter Milan goal in 2-0 Europa League win at Ludogorets Razgrad with Lukaku also on target – The Sun
CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN scored his first Inter Milan goal against Ludogorets Razgrad as the Serie A giants put one foot into the Europe League last-16.
The former Tottenham star, 27, completed his £17m move to the San Siro last month.
And the Dane showed his new employers exactly what he was capable of as he bagged the opener in Inter’s 2-0 first-leg win in Bulgaria.
Eriksen brilliantly slotted home from the edge of the box after being teed-up by Romelu Lukaku to break the deadlock.
That breakthrough came with just 20 minutes left after the hosts had frustrated their Italian visitors for long spells.
But it almost led to the floodgates opening as Eriksen came close to a second but unfortunately saw his fierce drive cannon back off the crossbar.
With just one goal in it Ludogorets always stood a chance in the tie, but they will now need a miracle in Milan next week to progress thanks to Lukaku.
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