Fans of PSG invade Miami

Fans of PSG invade Miami


According to reports, PSG supporters recently flocked to Miami to voice their displeasure with the illustrious Argentine attacker.

Messi had a tumultuous relationship with the club’s supporters before leaving PSG after a two-year stay to join Inter Miami in the MLS this summer.

Things deteriorated following the 2022 World Cup.

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According to The Athletic, the 36-year-old was called a mercenary by some supporters after he guided La Albiceleste to a third World Cup title by overcoming France in a post-match penalty shootout.

By scoring goals and improving the prospects of the Florida-based team, Messi seems to have put his trying time with PSG in the past.

But according to All Football, a group of ardent Les Parisiens supporters known as the ultras apparently traveled to Miami to remind the legendary Argentine of their affections for him.

This banner was allegedly used by the ultras at their home stadium, Parc des Princes, to protest the departure of Neymar Junior, a so-called mercenary who was also recently released.

Messi scored on his MLS debut for Inter Miami against the New York Red Bulls in the 89th minute with a close-range strike, according to Sports Brief, despite the criticism from PSG supporters.

In an amazing team goal that began with a brilliant ball from Jordi Alba to his captain, Benjamin Cremaschi found the Argentine with a cross after the latter made a tremendous move inside the area.

Messi made his MLS debut for Inter Miami against the New York Red Bulls, and American soccer fans were able to witness the goal in Times Square.

For Inter Miami, Lionel Messi scores a goal every 51 minutes on average.

It has become very evident that Inter Miami will eventually have to prevail without Lionel Messi.

They essentially accomplished it in their most recent game, a 2-0 victory over the New York Red Bulls, in which Messi came off the bench to score an impressive late goal to secure the victory.

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