The Belgian who is on loan from Chelsea, netted from the penalty spot in the fifth minute of stoppage time, salvaging a 1-1 draw in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final clash.
Monkey noises though were heard coming from Juventus supporters behind the goal before and after he took the penalty, as well as the Italian equivalent chants of ‘f*** off’ and ‘f***ing monkey’.
After netting the penalty, Lukaku put his finger to his lips which his representatives Roc Nation Sports International insisted was a normal part of his celebration.
Lukaku was also seen mouthing something towards the Juventus fans, with Football Italia reporting him to say ‘muto’ – an Italian equivalent of telling someone to shut up.
To the surprise of many, the referee decided to dish out a second yellow card to Lukaku believing this his celebration was provocative.