Lionel Messi shined with Miami on the first day of the League Cup

The Argentine star made his debut for Inter and sealed the victory with a superb goal against Cruz Azul in the 94th minute.

The League Cup Started this Friday and the dream did not disappoint on debut Lionel Messi It contains Between Miami.

He came on as a substitute in the match against Argentina Blue Cross DRV sparked a party at the PNK Stadium and sealed the victory with a superb free-kick goal in the 94th minute.

In total, five games were played, three of which were between the teams MLS And this MX LeagueWith one win, one loss and one draw, they earned the extra point with a slight draw for Mexico.

This is what happened in First day of League Cup:

machine He squandered his dominance, especially in the first half Between Miami Break long streaks without winning.

Robert Taylor opened the scoring Miami In the 44th and Uriel Antuna leveled the game in the 65th, however, a free kick was awarded against Kevin Castano in the 93rd outside the area. Lionel Messi Dressed as a hero, the Argentine took advantage by sending the ball into the back of the net with a superb free kick.

Orlando And Houston Kicked off the penalty shootout League Cup After a 1-1 draw in regulation time with goals from Duncan McGuire and Amin Bassey.

In penalties, Mexican Hector Herrera was the villain Dynamo When the first penalty is missed, the players Orlando They were right, and they went on to win 5-4.

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The Gunboats Started in right leg, throbbing Austin With a great performance from Edward Bellow who scored the third goal.

David Coleman opened the scoring with 49 and Diego Facundez equalized with 65. Austin The game was tied but Andres Montano scored 67 and Bello closed the score with 88 to win. Mazatlan.

Dallas And Charlotte They engaged in a two-way battle and scored four goals, two for each team, in 90 minutes.

However, the strength he showed Dallas He didn’t appear for 11 steps in regulation time, where he missed two attempts in a 4-1 loss.

It seemed that the lion They dominated the first half and were on their way to a comfortable win, but lost sight of their advantage after Ivan Moreno opened the scoring with 23 runs.

Sergio Cordova sent in a brace Vancouver And pushing Lyon against the tide, Elias Hernandez saw his reward with a goal to force penalties.

In the longest penalty shootout of the day, goalkeepers Rodolfo Cotta and Yohei Takaoka held off a brilliant fightback from their rivals, scoring when it was their turn to take.

In the second round, Portugal’s Luis Martins, incredibly for the second time, hit the ball into the post and the lion Won 16-15.

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