MILAN – Sebastiano Esposito has made his dream come true thanks to the help of Gagliardini and Lukaku. The midfielder earned the penalty, the Belgian striker left him with great generosity. Esposito was the second player in 2002 to have scored in Serie A after Traore dell'Atalanta, and was the youngest player in Inter history to have scored at San Siro.
After scoring his first goal in Serie A, Inter striker Sebastiano Esposito spoke to Sky Sport in the microphones in the post-match of Inter-Genoa (4-0).
On the goal
I just saw my mom, the goal is for her, I was moved. I thank all of society and all my family who are always close to me.
Pre game sensations
I didn't sleep tonight, all night I thought about this evening, I couldn't dream of a better evening. I thank once again the coach and the company, I hope to continue like this and to continue on this path.
You are the youngest scorer to score in San Siro, also overtaking Beppe Bergomi …
I think that all the sacrifices I made are paying me back and the sandwiches I ate before training, I think I am reaping the fruits that I sowed. You should never give up on life and continue like this but there is still a lot to work on.
On Lukaku, what did he tell you?
He is a fantastic person, I have to thank him because he left me the penalty, as well as being an extraordinary player and the second goal proves it. We talked to each other and he said "Go on the ball and score goals" (source Sky Sport, YouTube video).
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