Lukaku speaks on ‘God’ celebration targeting Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Romelu Lukaku, the Inter Milan striker, has finally reacted to his ‘God’ celebration reportedly ‘aimed’ at AC Milan’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Recall that tensions between Lukaku and Ibrahimovic have raged since a clash in last month’s Coppa Italia, during which both strikers nearly came to blows.

It was Lukaku who scored the third goal when Inter Milan thrashed their rivals AC Milan 3-0 in a Serie A derby clash at San Siro last Sunday.

The 27-year-old ran to the corner flag and shouted: “Dio, diooo,” which means God, in reference to Ibrahimovic, who has frequently referred to himself as a ‘God’ throughout his illustrious career.

However, the Belgium international has now addressed the drama in a Twitter Q&A with fans on Tuesday night.

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Lukaku, who remained quiet on what was actually said, admitted that he might have got a little carried away during the derby clash.

When asked by a fan, @SheikhSadio, “What did u say after scoring the 3rd goal vs Milan #askLukaku.”

Lukaku replied, “Man, I talked a lot of shit, adrenaline, I guess.”

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