One of the most sought-after youngsters in world football, Lautaro Martínez has already been linked with Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid and Bayern München, but now looks likely to agree a deal with Internazionale. On Sunday, in the fourteenth round of Superliga action, he hit a fine hat trick (and won the penalty which led to the other goal) as Racing tore Huracán apart 4-0 under the gaze of Argentina manager Jorge Sampaoli, who seemed to like what he saw. That display came at the end of a day which had also seen the top two clash: San Lorenzo and Boca Juniors drew 1-1 in an entertaining match which saw the goals come early on. Elsewhere, Arsenal de Sarandí and Gimnasia La Plata played out a 0-0 draw, and Estudiantes de La Plata beat Newell’s Old Boys 4-2, with Juan Otero scoring twice.
Arsenal 0-0 Gimnasia (ignore the title of this video; it’s a typo. The away team are definitely Gimnasia!)
Estudiantes 4-2 Newell’s (see, this is Newell’s here.)
San Lorenzo 1-1 Boca Juniors
Racing 4-0 Huracán