The Argentine scored a goal in Inter Miami’s 4-1 win over Union Philadelphia that allowed the Florida team to qualify for the final of the League Cup: this competition, in its first edition, features the best teams from Mexico and North America at. For Messi, however, it’s not just any goal, it’s a record goal: the Argentine champions had never scored a goal from such a distance (32 meters) in their career. The “Pulce” has scored nine goals in six appearances for his new club. Inter Miami started the League Cup as the last team in the Eastern Conference of MLS (Major League Soccer, the top division of soccer in the US and Canada) and worst team in the US D1 since the arrival of their new number 10. He has a winning streak of six play behind. Unlike Miami, Union Philadelphia topped the East Conference MLS standings and had lost just once in 38 home games prior to today’s loss. Now Inter Miami meet CF Monterrey, a Mexican top division side, in the final of this unprecedented competition