Belgian forward Romelu Lukaku has hit the ground running after scoring on his debut at Serie A for Inter Milan as they thrashed 10-man Lecce.
The former Manchester united striker, signed by Inter for a club record 80m euros (£74m) from on 8 August, tapped in the third goal in the 60th minute.
Marcelo Brozovic curled Inter’s opener and Stefano Sensi’s drive made it 2-0.
Antonio Candreva’s 30-yard drive completed the victory after Leece’s Diego farias had been sent off for a nasty looking challenge.
Inter boss Antonio Conte, who replaced Luciano Spalletti in May, had identified Lukaku as a key summer target and was pleased with his star signing.
“Romelu has entered the Inter world with great humility,” Conte said. “He is ready to work for the team.”
“There was a spark, but now we must become dynamite,” he added after overseeing a win for his first league game in charge.
Lukaku,26, who hit 42 goals in 96 games for United after joining from Everton for £75m in July 2017, has now scored on his league debut for each of his past four clubs.
By Olukayode Oniwinde