ROMELU LUKAKU scored on his Inter Milan debut in the 4-0 win over Lecce - but fans still aren't convinced by his "shocking" first touch.
The Belgian forward, 26, has now scored in his first league game for each of his last four clubs.
Lukaku failed to live up to expectations with Manchester United, but has already found his form in Italy.
He bagged four goals in his first match for the club following his £73million summer switch.
And he found the net in his first league game to put his side three goals ahead at the San Siro.
Marcelo Brozovic opened the scoring before Stefano Sensi doubled Milan's tally before half-time.
In the 60th minute, Lukaku latched onto the rebound from Lautaro Martinez's shot.
The Belgium international coolly slotted the ball into the far corner of the net.
He then raced off and bowed in front of the Inter Milan fans as he celebrated with his team-mates.
Despite his best efforts, Lukaku was still slated on social media for his infamous first touch.
In the first half, the ball was threaded through to the feet of Lukaku on the edge of the penalty area.
But the 26-year-old's heavy touch allowed Lecce to effortlessly regain possession
One fan commented: "Lukaku showing Inter Milan fans his trademark first touch."
While another said: "Lukaku has really improved his first touch since leaving United."
Inter, who are top of Serie A, won the match 4-0 after Antonio Candreva scored a screamer from 30 yards