Romelu Lukaku and team-mate Alexis Sanchez were on target as Inter came from behind to score four times in the last 26 minutes

Torino came to the match against Inter Milan with a solitary Serie A win to their name this season. However, Marco Giampaolo’s side belied the meager return as the effervescent Simone Zaza crowned an enterprising first-half display with the opening goal.

The penalty from the former Inter player Cristian Ansaldi made is 2-0 in the 62nd minute. Inter Milan were 2-0 down in the 62nd minute but Lukaku’s brace inspired an amazing turnaround at San Siro.

The Belgium International inspired a remarkable second-half comeback as his side recovered from the 2-0 to defeat Torino 4-2 and claim their first win for almost a month.

First, Sanchez scrambled home after Lukaku struck the bar. Afterward, the forward’s cross gave his teammate striker a tap-in.

Lukaku converted from the penalty spot to place Inter ahead for the first time after the 84th minute as Lautaro Martinez came from the bench and added a late fourth.

Lukaku proves Inter’s Talisman

The majority of the critics aimed at Conte had focused on how his complaints about the options at his disposal jar when considering he has one of the lavishly upholstered squads in Europe.

The coach wheeled Perisic, Martinez, Stefan de Vrij, Radja Nainggolan, and Milan Skriniar off the bench as Torino collapsed at the final hour. For Christian Eriksen, he looked unused.

If some of the names on the squad list have not always played to their reputation, the accusation cannot be directed at Lukaku. The striker’s formidable combination of intelligence and power forced Torino apart at the seams. Lukaku ended a virtuoso display with two goals from two shots on target and two assists with Sanchez making more than his three key passes.