Lionel Messi continues his brilliant display at Inter Miami. The MLS side won over Dallas FC on penalties (5-3), making it to the League Cup quarterfinals.
In all fairness, Miami are blessed to have signed the Argentine this summer transfer window. He keeps making waves and headlines in Major League Soccer.
Frankly, Lionel Messi single-handedly won the match against Dallas FC. He scored 2 goals, and orchestrated the other 2 goals, finishing 4-4 at full time.
As regards his playmaking skills, the Argentine gave Inter Miami victory from 4-2 to 4-4 over Dallas FC. Of course, the former Barcelona captain keeps proving his ability.
Unbelievably, Messi has now been named Man of the Match in his 4 games at Miami. He’s single-handedly commanding the squad.
Speaking of Lionel’s display against Dallas FC. He scored the first goal, built the second, orchestrated the third, and scored the fourth as a result of a free-kick.
Lionel Messi’s stats vs Dallas FC
1 penalty won
3 shots on target
4 chances created
4 dribbles completed
3 duels won
The 36-year-old Argentine has been a nightmare for teams in Major League Soccer. He seriously terrorized Dallas FC on Monday.
Aside from that, the 2022 FIFA World Cup Champion is now Inter Miami’s top goal-scorer. Meanwhile, he joined them a few months ago.
Of course, David Beckham was wise enough to sign the seventh Ballon D’or winner. Because the player is seriously helping the team’s performance.
Lionel Messi’s stats with Inter Miami so far
4 games (3 starts)
8 dribbles completed
8 chances created
10 balls recovered
Having met Josef Martínez and Robert Taylor at Miami. The Argentina international is literally above the other two players at the club in all competitions.
Surprisingly, Messi’s brace against Dallas FC made it his 814th career goals. Obviously, Lionel will definitely score more goals for the Major League Soccer side.
Messi’s 814th career goal
- Barcelona – 672
- Argentina – 103
- Paris Saint-Germain – 32
- Miami – 7
Messi’s 64th free-kick goal
- Barcelona – 50
- Argentina – 10
- Paris Saint-Germain – 2
- Miami – 2
Having spent many years in Europe’s top-5 leagues. The United States of America comes easy for the 36-year-old Argentine, making himself unstoppable in all competitions.
Apparently, Lionel spent 2 seasons at Paris Saint-Germain. Meanwhile, it’s confirmed that he wasn’t really happy during his time with the Parisians.
On the contrary, Messi is happy at Miami. He celebrated every one of his goals wholeheartedly, jubilating with his teammates, particularly his first goal.
Which one of Lionel Messi’s records would he break at Inter Miami?
Of course, the Argentine magnifico is a man of enormous records in the world of football. Nevertheless, he’s now close to breaking his own record after his brace against Dallas FC on Monday.
Former Manchester United player, Cristiano Ronaldo, continues to make waves in Saudi Arabia. And Messi keeps enjoying himself in the United States of America.
However, the Argentina international is now on the verge of smashing his own record. And that will make him irreplaceable after his retirement from football.
First off, Lionel Messi would break Gonzalo Higuaín at Miami. The former Argentine striker is Inter Miami’s all-time goal-scorer with 29 goals.
Unbelievably, he made more than 50 appearances for the Major League Soccer team. However, he’s now set to lose his record to his countryman this season.
Obviously, Messi is currently on 7 goals at Miami. As a result, he’s 22 goals away from breaking Higuaín’s 29 goals, which is very possible for the Argentine captain.
Lionel has just registered 7 goals in 4 games at the club. Frankly, he has the ability to smash the 29 goals record as a result of his playmaking and goal-scoring prowess.
Second off, Messi has now scored 2 goals (brace) in 3 consecutive appearances at Miami. He could shake the world of football in the League Cup quarterfinals.
Meanwhile, Lionel has scored 2 goals in 4 consecutive games in two different seasons of his career. He made it happen in 2009-2010 and 2012-2013.
Surprisingly, he’s close to smashing his personal record. The Argentine magnifico is two braces away from breaking his own record, and it’s very possible at the club.