Hat-Trick For Suarez, Five Assists For Messi, Brace For Rojas As Inter Miami Hit Six Past New York Red Bulls

Written by Patrick Echatah

After New York Red Bulls had led 1-0 at halftime, Matias Rojas’ two goals as a substitute ignited an Eastern Conference leaders Inter Miami blitz in the second half.

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Miami had lost to the Red Bulls 4-0 in New York in March without Messi, but they more than made up for it with a ruthless demolition job in the second half.

In the thirty-first minute, Dante Vanzeir gave the Red Bulls the lead by slotting home after Swedish playmaker Emil Forsberg’s excellent through pass caused Wikelman Carmona’s shot to miss the post.

The first half of the match saw Gerardo Martino’s Inter lack vigour and creativity, but the coach’s substitution at halftime changed the course of the match. After coming on for the second half, Paraguayan Rojas made an immediate impression by stealing a pass from Messi, dodging two defenders, and then launching an incredible drive from 25 yards out.

Then, when Rojas dislodged Carmona and found Suarez, who passed the ball to the Argentine who made no mistake, Messi put Miami ahead. The World Cup winner then provided once more, splitting the New York defence with a smart through pass to Rojas, who skillfully chipped over Carlos Coronel as he approached.

The Uruguayan then scored his first goal in 12 minutes after Messi chipped in a cross from the right, and Suarez finished with a volley. Miami’s sixth goal, which Suarez converted from close range and an extremely tight angle, was again created by Messi.

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Brazilian winger Célio Pompeu has signed a new deal with St. Louis CITY SC, the team announced on Friday

With a club option for 2027, the 24-year-old Brazilian is now signed through the 2026 MLS season.

“We are proud to see Célio’s growth through our pipeline”, sporting director Lutz Pfannenstiel said in a press release. “He has grown as a professional, both on and off the field, and to reap the rewards with a new contract was something he worked really hard for. Celio continues to elevate his game each and every day and we hope that he doesn’t stop raising the bar.”

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