Inter Miami won without Messi against Sporting Kansas City in MLS

Due to a FIFA date, Inter Miami had to face Sporting Kansas City at the DRV PNK Stadium without its new captain and man of the match, Lionel Messi.Las Garzas brings the best moment he enjoys with the group He wore an Argentina shirt and scored a real goal on a free kick A CONMEBOL qualifier against Ecuador should give them the first three points.

For that, Gerardo Martino had to use some substitutesHowever, the attack was led by Leonardo Campana, who responded with a double that helped turn the score around.

Without Messi on the field, Inter Miami won 3-2; A double from Campana and one more from Facundo Farias on Matchday 31 of Major League Soccer.

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Keys to Inter Miami’s success

Initial destination of visit

Drake Calendar’s Abysmal MistakeUnable to save a long-range shot, he left it on a silver platter to Daniel Salloy, who was unforgiving and surprisingly overtook Sporting KC on the scoreboard.

Penalty to Inter Miami

In the 24th minute, Campana was brought down by goalkeeper Tim Melia in the area, and the same Ecuadorian striker took the ball to make good use of the maximum penalty and score the tying goal. Campana built it, Campana changed it.

Inter Miami’s number 9 shirt reached 7 points During the current Major League Soccer season.

Somersault at the end of the first half

Wearing the captain’s badge, Yedlin made a brilliant dribble to reach the baseline, where he sent in a huge lob cross. Leonardo Campana rose as high as he could and scored a header again seconds before the end of the first half.

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A controversial third entry

Sergio Busquets got up and took a foul without thinking twice, and the same fact the Sporting KC defense made a poor stop and Argentina striker, Facundo Farias, took advantage of the opportunity to drive perfectly against Tim Melia. With this, he reached his second score in four games.


Sporting Kansas City’s Mexican forward, Allen Pulido, He produced a truly superb individual goal, taking advantage of the ball being found near the big area, and he dribbled past two defenders and rounded the Miami goalkeeper’s far post. With this fine finish, he closed the gap on the scoreboard with his 13th goal of the season.


Nemanja Radoja (45′, Felipe Gutierrez), William Agatha (70′, Daniel Salloy), Lawson Sunderland (74′, Nicolas Stefanelli), Tim Leiboldt (74′, Jack Davies), Noah Allen (82′, Robbie Robinson), Victor Ulloa (87′, Facundo Farías), Roger Espinosa (89′, Remy Walter), Gary Shelton (89′, Logan Ndenbe)


0-1, 8′: Daniel Salloy1-1, 24′: Leonardo Campana2-1, 44′: Leonardo Campana3-1, 59′: Facundo Farias3-2, 77′: Alan Pulido


Referee: Ismail Elfat
VAR Referees: Timothy Ford, Jonathan Johnson
Felipe Gutierrez (32′, Yellow) Thomas Aviles (65′, Yellow) Tim Leiboldt (78′, yellow) Sunrise (92′, Yellow)

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