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The stats of Lionel Messi in his first season in the MLS with Inter Miami

By Liam Styles

Lionel Messi is shining with Inter Miami far from Europe

Lionel Messi is shining with Inter Miami far from Europe

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Lionel Messi continues to be a key player in football. Despite the fact that the Argentine is away from Europe, the player continues to show important things from the United States. The 36-year-old lifted the Qatar 2022 World Cup together with Argentina. After this, the player's performances at Paris Saint-Germain were not exactly the best.

After spending two years in Paris, the player decided to end his time with the team this summer. It should be noted that many rumours pointed to the player returning to FC Barcelona. This is due to the fact that the player did not renew his contract with the Parisians, so if he arrived it would have been on a free transfer. Nevertheless, Messi made a decision that surprised many.

After ending his time in France, Inter Miami announced the signing of Lionel Messi. The MLS team, owned by David Beckham, is one of the newest teams in Major League Soccer. The team was founded just a few years ago as part of an ambitious project that had been pending for a couple of years. The Argentine's arrival in Miami caused a furor among fans.

On the other hand, the Argentine made his debut with the Florida team in the newly created Leagues Cup against the Mexican team Cruz Azul where he scored a goal from a free kick in the last minutes. After several games played, the Argentine lifted the title, which represented Miami's first title and Messi's first in the United States. Despite the good momentum, Miami failed to qualify for the MLS playoffs

Messi's numbers in Miami

After failing to reach the MLS playoffs, the Argentine will return to the MLS until February 2024. However, despite rumours about a possible loan to Barcelona, this was ruled out by the player himself. Instead, the player has decided to stay in the United States. It should be noted that in the 14 games that the Argentine played, he was able to score 11 goals. Undoubtedly, a good record for the Argentinian


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