Danish attacking midfielder Christian Eriksen scored his first goal at his new club Inter in the first Europa League leg against Ludogorets. The game in Bulgaria ended 2-0 in favor of i Nerazzurri.
It took Inter Milan 70 minutes to find the back of the net. Danish star Christian Eriksen shot the ball past Plamen Iliev in the 71st minute. The Dane left Tottenham Hotspur for the Italian club in January, a deal for which Inter only paid €20m, as Eriksen had an expiring contract.
The score remained 1-0 until late in the added time. The VAR awarded the Italians a penalty, after Ludogorets midfielder touched the ball with his hand. Romelu Lukaku doubled the score from the penalty spot, deciding the final score.
Inter will head into the second leg with a 2-0 lead and have a chance to progress to the round of 16 of the Europa League when Ludogorets brings a visit to San Siro next thursday.