UCL final: He opens up defenses – Lukaku warns Inter about Man City star

Inter Milan striker, Romelu Lukaku, has warned his teammates about the threat posed by Manchester City striker Erling Haaland ahead of both teams’ UEFA Champions League final on June 10 in Istanbul, Turkey.

Lukaku said that Haaland opens defenses up and will get those chances against Inter, adding that Man City synchronize very well and their manager Pep Guardiola is a good coach.

The Belgian, who is currently on loan at Inter from Chelsea, has played against Man City in the past.

“It is a beautiful thing, playing probably against the best team in the world. I just want to enjoy it, not having pressure, just enjoy the moment, enjoy the build-up, go there to have the best result possible,” Lukaku told CNN when speaking about Man City vs Inter Milan’s upcoming final.

“Man City is a well-drilled team…Guardiola is such a good coach because every game is a different game plan.

“It’s not the same. They have different patterns every game… And you know (Erling Haaland) with these movements and the way they open defences up at the end, he will get those chances because those movements and the patterns that they do, they synchronize very well.”

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