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Lionel Messi Future Team Miami Suffered Sixth Defeat

Inter Miami, Lionel Messi future team, faces sixth straight defeat.

If Messi, who revealed this week that he intended to join Miami, were seeing what awaiting him in MLS, his disappointment at his new club poor condition would have been eased by a miracle goal from his compatriot, Lucas Zelarayan of Columbus.

The future colleagues of the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner performance as they kept up their terrible form was in sharp contrast to that degree of technical brilliance.

Following a careless foul on Matt Polster by former Newcastle United fullback De Andre Yedlin. New England seized the lead in the 27th minute on a penalty kick from Carles Gil.

When French player Corentin Jean was taken away on a stretcher with what seemed to be a terrible injury, Miami problems only became worse.

A few minutes later, New England increased its advantage with a Polster angled header from a Gil corner.

In the 51st minute, thanks to some terrible defending that let Bobby Wood score the third goal, the Revolution secured the victory.

Inter lost for the second time in a row under interim coach Javier Morales, despite Josef Martinez 84th-minute penalty giving Miami some small solace.

Cucho Hernandez deflected shot gave the Crew the lead at Chicago in the 58th minute, but the Fire appeared to have secured a point when Swiss star Xherdan Shaqiri equalised in the 88th.

Zelarayan, however, beat Richey with just a few seconds left after seeing him off his line and shooting from five yards behind the halfway line.

Champions After losing the CONCACAF Champions League final to Mexico Leon on Sunday and being held to a scoreless draw at home by Atlanta on Wednesday, Los Angeles FC had a miserable week. Steve Cherundolo team lost 4-0 against Houston.

Eastern Conference Leader:

After grabbing the lead thanks to another brilliant Argentine goal by substitute Luciano Acosta against the Vancouver Whitecaps, Eastern Conference leaders Cincinnati were forced to settle for a 1-1 draw.

In the 83rd minute, Acosta appeared to have given Cincinnati the victory with a beautiful chip over Whitecaps custodian Yohei Takaoka of Japan.

Although a minute before the finish, Vancouver Ryan Gauld scored from the penalty spot when Cincinnati defender Matt Miazga clashed with Sergio Cordova. This resulted in a 1-1 tie.

There was a lot of drama in Charlotte, as Peruvian Raul Ruidiaz outstanding shot from outside the box gave the Seattle Sounders the lead.

The former Burnley player Ashley Westwood scored a stunning curling goal for the home team in the 53rd minute to help them fight back.

Seattle regained the lead in the 70th minute when Ruidiaz, who had only recently returned from injury, turned in at the back post. Charlotte responded by mounting another comeback, but Patrick Agyemang header in the 89th minute ensured a 3-3 tie.

Giorgos Giakoumakis gave Atlanta United the lead before his fellow countryman Taxiarchis Fountas equalised for D.C. United in a 3-1 defeat for Wayne Rooney’s team.

Thiago Almada of Argentina brilliantly set up Andrew Gutman to make it 2-1 for the Georgia team, and the left wing-back later delivered a low cross for Tyler Wolff to score.

Mason Toye also had a brace for Montreal in their 4-0 thrashing of Minnesota, and Mexican Alan Pulido scored twice for Sporting Kansas City in their 4-1 rout of Austin.

Philadelphia was defeated 2-1 by the San Jose Earthquakes thanks to a 25-yard thunderbolt from Peruvian Miguel Trauco.

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