MLS Roundup: Alba’s Late Goal Earns Inter Miami Late Draw In Six-Goal Thriller As Sporting Kansas City Suffer 7th Straight League Defeat

Written by Patrick Echatah

Although Inter Miami managed to salvage a 3-3 tie with Saint Louis City SC to escape their second straight loss, Lionel Messi was the game’s standout performer.

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After 15 minutes of play, Chris Durkin gave the visiting team the lead, and ten minutes later, the Argentine star’s goal broke the deadlock.

After cutting back, Messi ran to the right, but he was unable to locate a gap, so he had to give way to Jordi Alba on the left. Alba then handed him the ball back so he could finish with his left foot in the area, giving the game a partial 1-1 score.

Indiana Vassilev gave St. Louis City SC the lead once more in the 41st minute, but Uruguayan Luis Suárez tied the score 2-2 in stoppage time just before halftime.

Jordi Alba finally tied the score in a one-on-one with the goalie in the 85th minute, but he couldn’t celebrate until the VAR review because of an apparent offside position that turned out to be false.

This was Lionel Messi’s final Inter Miami game before the start of the 2024 Copa América. He will now have to report to the Argentina National Team.

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On Saturday night in Saint Paul, Minnesota, Minnesota United defeated Sporting Kansas City 3-1, handing them their seventh consecutive loss. Tani Oluwaseyi scored one goal and provided an assist for the win.

Minnesota United (8-3-4, 28 points) also had goals from Robin Lod and Kervin Arriaga. The team won for the sixth time in its last eight games after falling to Los Angeles FC 2-0 on Wednesday.

Sporting Kansas City (2-9-5, 11 points) had its winless streak stretch to ten games with a goal from Johnny Russell and three saves from Tim Melia.

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