Rain (temporarily) spoiled Messi’s performance in Miami, and MLS mistakes in Busquets’ announcement | Multilateral

Inter Miami Stadium in Fort Lauderdale was packed to welcome Argentine star Lionel Messi. At this large-scale event, the seven-time Ballon d’Or winner was able to address passionate football fans for the first time.

“I am very happy that I chose Miami with my family,” Messi told fans in Spanish. “I have no doubt that we will enjoy this together.”

“It’s going to be a great time. Great things are going to happen. I thank everyone for being here today. I can’t wait to get started. I still have a huge desire to compete for trophies. I want to win here and help the club grow.”

After Messi’s words, a video message appeared on the field from some big names in the American sports world who welcomed the Argentine to the United States. American football legend Tom Brady and NBA star Stephen Curry, among others, appeared.

Even some heavy rain can’t spoil the fun. “We are all looking forward to seeing Leo on the pitch in our club colours,” co-owner David Beckham said proudly.

In the shadow of Lionel Messi’s somewhat under-performing performance, Inter Miami also announced the official arrival of midfielder Sergio Busquets on Sunday. The 35-year-old Spaniard, former teammate of Lionel Messi at Barcelona, ​​signed a contract until 2025 in Miami.

Eye-catching: MLS Twitter went wrong when Busquets’ official announcement was made. After all, the image of the Spaniard accepting the World Cup trophy in 2010 was not Busquets, but his teammate Alvaro Arbella.

The social media manager corrected the blunder a little later with a quip. “Why do they look so similar in these pictures? I need new glasses,” she said.

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