Lukaku (8.3) scored the Nerazzurri’s final two goals in the 4-0 win over Benevento after Martinez (8.3) had doubled the advantage previously.
The Argentine could have had himself a hat-trick but for a goal disallowed by offside and a couple of spurned chances, but he was behind everything for the hosts with a game high three shots, two dribbles and six touches inside the opposition box.
Lukaku won four of his five duels as well as the brace, which remarkably came on just 25 touches of the ball.
Destro’s teammate Milan Badelj (8.0) controlled the midfield in that game, with his 66 touches, 45 passes and four dribbles the most of any of his teammates.
Continuing Inter’s dominance in this week’s team is Christian Eriksen (8.3). The Dane has been heavily linked with a move away from the San Siro, including to his former side Tottenham Hotspur, but was at his very best for Antonio Conte’s side.
Eriksen played 111 passes and 30 into the final third, topping both of those stats across the game, while his seven recoveries were the most for Inter outside of the two centre-backs.
One of whom was Andrea Ranocchia (7.9), the fourth and final Inter player in the team. He had eight recoveries and 65 passes at 96% accuracy, almost getting on the scoresheet but for Riccardo Improta to touch it into his own net just ahead of him.
Juventus earned a 2-0 win over Sampdoria which places Danilo (7.6) and Leonardo Bonucci (7.8) in the back four as well as Gianluca Mancini (8.5), who also got on the scoresheet for Roma to go with 13 recoveries and 91% pass accuracy – both team highs.