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Romelu Lukaku scores 95th minute equaliser then gets sent off, TWO other players receive red cards

Romelu Lukaku scores 95th minute equaliser then gets sent off, TWO other players receive red cards

The cup clash descended into chaos.

Romelu Lukaku scored a dramatic 95th minute equaliser and was then sent off in Inter Milan's thrilling draw against Juventus on Tuesday.

The Coppa Italia clash descended into chaos following Lukaku's last-gasp penalty as THREE players were shown a red card following the goal.

Juan Cuadrado opened the scoring with a tidy finish inside the box in the 83rd minute, before the Inter striker levelled from the spot deep, deep into stoppage time.

After he cancelled out the Colombian's goal, the Belgium international celebrated and gestured in front of the home fans after being subjected to vile abuse.

He picked up a second yellow card moments after scoring for his side, with scorer Cuadrado and Inter captain Samir Handanovic also sent off.

They were both red carded FOLLOWING the final whistle as they clashed on the pitch with the ugly scenes marring the Italian Cup semi-final first-leg tie in Turin.

After the game, Roc Nation Sports International, who represent Lukaku, released a statement condemning the 'racist' abuse.

"Tonight’s racist remarks made towards Romelu Lukaku by Juventus fans in Turin were beyond despicable and cannot be accepted," the statement reads.

"Romelu scored a penalty late in the game. Before, during, and after the penalty, he was subjected to hostile and disgusting racist abuse. Romelu celebrated in the same manner he has previously celebrated goals. The referee’s response was to award a yellow card to Romelu.

"Romelu deserves an apology from Juventus, and I expect the League to condemn the behaviour of this group of Juventus supporters immediately.

"The Italian authorities must use this opportunity to tackle racism, rather than punish the victim of the abuse.

"I am certain that the footballing world shares the same sentiment."

The second-leg goes down on April 26 at the San Siro. Who will progress to the final? Let us know.

Featured Image Credit: @ViaplaySportsUK

Topics: Romelu Lukaku, Football, Inter Milan, Juventus