Lionel Messi scores for Inter Miami in 2-2 draw in Concacaf Champions Cup


Lionel Messi scored for Inter Miami in their 2-2 draw vs. Nashville SC in the Concacaf Champions Cup.

Messi scored his first goal in the Concacaf Champions Cup to bring Inter Miami back into the match. With Nashville SC leading 2-0, the ball fell to Messi on the outside of the penalty area and the World Cup winner would place it into the back of the net to bring Inter Miami back in the match.

Luis Suárez would score their second goal late in injury time to draw them level with the second leg on Wednesday. Federico Redondo and Tomás Avilés also started the match for Inter Miami.


  1. Tata is not a good coach at all. Or if Messi forcing him for decisions! Attack with 2 old lads doesn’t make sense. Messi always plays well with 3 men attack line.Taylor was also good previous game but he was on the pitch this match!

  2. Garnacho is one of the best transition players itw, he could be a cheat code with Messi and co. through balls (De Paul, Alexis, Enzo, Di Maria). Our 6 attackers should be Messi, Di Maria, Julian, Lautaro, Dybala and Garnacho. Nico Gonzalez as emergency option, after Copa Soule instead of Di Maria and Echeverri instead of Dybala for WC24.

    • He needs to work on his final third. Yes he is very young and will only get better but again, if he can improve his decision making and shooting in the final third, he will be unstoppable. He gets into goal scoring and assisting positions multiple times in a match but a lot them are wasted because of his inexperience , decision making coupled with poor shooting.

  3. Alexis Mac Allister has a strong case to be signing of the summer as his technical brilliance and tenacity have seen him grow in stature at Liverpool, writes LEWIS STEELE from dailymail

  4. Boys, I’m really disappointed with this new kit, home and away. None of you mafakas are consoling me for the tragedy that is the New Jersey.
    It’s not terrible, but it’s just not new. I was hoping they would add a little gold or something unique this time

  5. May be I was watching a different match or I was blinded by the passion that I have for his father. For me Redondo was good. He wasn’t brilliant but he had a good game for a debutant. I don’t know how u guys say he was garbage. I have to remind you that wore number 55 not 24….

  6. Leonardo Balerdi is a player I gave up on him because of his discipline oven makes rush challenges however he has been good lately still 25 though

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