Lautaro Martínez nets 2 as Inter beats Milan 3-0 to reach cup final
Inter Milan sealed the win eight minutes from time. Marcelo Brozovic ran onto a through ball from Arturo Vidal and rolled it across for Gosens to tap in.
Lautaro Martínez scored twice to send Inter Milan into the Italian Cup final with a 3-0 second-leg win over city rival AC Milan on Tuesday.
Both of Martínez’s goals came in the first half in a clinical performance that also gave Inter a 3-0 aggregate victory.
Robin Gosens made sure of the team’s place in the final late on, with his first goal since his move from Atalanta in January.
Milan had a goal somewhat controversially ruled out for offside, leaving coach Stefano Pioli still fuming after the final whistle.
The first-leg match between the two finished 0-0.
The Nerazzurri next face holder Juventus or Fiorentina, who meet on Wednesday with the Bianconeri leading 1-0 from the first leg. The final is scheduled for May 11.
“I always fight for this jersey, I always try to give everything I can on the field. I dreamt of being decisive: my parents, my wife and my daughter were here today … this brace is for them.”
More than 76,000 fans were allowed into the stadium following the recent relaxation of some coronavirus measures in Italy.
Adding to the intensity was the fact the two teams were also involved in a tight battle for the Serie A title, with league leader Milan two points ahead of defending champion Inter.