Soccer-Conte, Martinez settle scores with friendly boxing match

Soccer-Conte, Martinez settle scores with friendly boxing match

13/5/2021 9:31:00 PM

Soccer-Conte, Martinez settle scores with friendly boxing match

(Reuters) - Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte and Lautaro Martinez pulled no punches in a heated confrontation during Wednesday's victory over AS Roma but the pair settled their differences in a light-hearted boxing match at their training ground on Thursday.

"Live from Madison Square Garden, It's Lautaro Martinez!" said Lukaku as the players cheered for the Argentine striker in a video posted on the club's Twitter account.Lukaku's introduction of Conte drew playful boos before the ring announcer yelled: 'Let's get ready to rumble!'

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The video clip marked an harmonious ending to the touchline fall out between the pair on Wednesday when Conte substituted Martinez, who reacted angrily by kicking a water bottle and throwing his shirt to the ground.The pair appeared to have made up as they were all smiles during the friendly bout, where they exchanged a few soft punches before posing for pictures.

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