Messi strikes again as Inter Miami dominates Charlotte in Leagues Cup

Inter Miami secures a convincing 4-0 victory over Charlotte in the Leagues Cup quarterfinals, powered by Lionel Messi’s eighth goal in five matches. Get the latest update on the thrilling soccer action.

Inter Miami’s impressive journey in the Leagues Cup continued with a resounding 4-0 triumph over Charlotte, propelled by none other than World Cup winner Lionel Messi, who marked his eighth goal in five matches for the Florida-based team.

Taking on the match at DRV PNL Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, Inter Miami established their dominance early on. Josef Martinez, the team’s striker, showcased his accuracy from the penalty spot to give the hosts the lead. This advantage was further extended by Finnish international winger Robert Taylor, who elegantly swept home a first-time effort following a precise cross from Deandre Yedlin.

The scoreboard continued to favor Inter Miami as Adilson Malanda inadvertently contributed an own goal, amplifying their lead. The pièce de résistance came from none other than Argentina’s national team captain, Lionel Messi. Displaying his trademark finesse, Messi skillfully converted a cross from Leonardo Campana, side-footing the ball into the net from the edge of the six-yard box in the closing minutes of the match.


With this convincing victory, Inter Miami secured their spot in the Leagues Cup semifinals, a testament to their remarkable performance and Messi’s stellar contributions. The team is now set to face Philadelphia in an away fixture on Tuesday, with the hopes of securing a berth in the final.

The Leagues Cup, an annual competition that brings together clubs from the United States, Canada, and Mexico, continues to captivate soccer enthusiasts with thrilling matches and remarkable displays of talent. As Inter Miami advances, soccer fans eagerly await the unfolding of more exhilarating moments in this prestigious tournament.


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