- Antonio Candreva (90')
- Robin Gosens (6')
Inter Milan's top four hopes took a major blow when Salernitana held them to a 1-1 draw on Friday after Antonio Candreva scored a 90th-minute equaliser against his former club while team mate Guillermo Ochoa made a string of exceptional saves.
Salernitana are 15th with 29 points.
Simone Inzaghi's Inter have now gone six games without a win in all competitions and the Italian manager said it was difficult for him to speak after the draw.
"We pay a lot for not closing games... It's not easy to settle for a draw after everything we created. There is great disappointment, so many fans came here to cheer us on," he said.
"This is not an easy moment in the league, we know how football works."
Inter could have scored many more but Salernitana's 37-year-old Mexican goalkeeper Ochoa made a number of reflex saves to deny Stefan de Vrij, Lautaro Martinez and Lukaku twice to keep the home side in the game.
Candreva, 36, who made over 150 appearances for Inter, had the last laugh, however, levelling for Salernitana at the death when his intended cross sailed into the top corner over the arms of goalkeeper Andre Onana.
"This result is a huge disappointment. We can say many things, but if you don't close out the match, anything can always happen," De Vrij said.
"We are in a period when everything goes wrong, when even a cross from a distance turns into a goal like that."
Inter next play away at Benfica in the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals on Tuesday.
- Michael Fabbri