Lionel Messi’s post after his winning debut in MLS

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With the assistance of Lionel Messi AND Luis Suarez, InterMiami beat Real Salt Lake 2-0 on their debut in the Major League Soccer (MLS) at Chase Stadium (formerly DVR PNK Stadium) in Fort Lauderdale to get off to a good start in the tournament they aspire to conquer this year.

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The Finnish winger Robert Taylor opened the scoring in the 39th minutewhile his teammate, Paraguayan Diego Gómez, did the same with six minutes left to give his team the victory.

On this occasion Messi did not score a goal, but he was once again the figure of the game, a constant threat to the defense of the Utah team with his dribbling and passes as well as the assist for the first goal.

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After debuting with a win and completing his first 90 minutes in MLS, the Argentine star took to Instagram to share a post with his 500 million followers: “It starts with the win!!”, read the caption .

In the post he wrote, he uploaded four photos: two of them while they dribbled past their rivals, one of him while he was warming up and the last one while he was drinking with his friend and now teammate, Luís Suárez, as they arrived at the stadium.

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A post shared by Leo Messi (@leomessi)

The publication in question has more than 2 and a half million likes and more than 16 thousand comments in less than a day.

On February 25, in a match corresponding to the second date of the Eastern Conference, the team led by Argentine coach Gerardo Martino will visit the Los Angeles Galaxy, starting at 10.30pm in Argentina. The official broadcast will take place via Apple TV.

It should be remembered that, since his arrival in Las Garzas in the middle of last year, La Pulga has played 15 matches, scored 11 goals and contributed 5 assists.

“I saw Messi very loose, very fine, with a lot of speed. He has something that doesn’t happen with any other player in the world. He can take the ball very far from the opponent’s goal and the feeling is that that ball is going to end up in a goal situation It makes me happy, because he is very motivated and feels good physically too,” said “Tata” after the match.

Source: Clarin

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