Inter Miami without Messi suffered the biggest defeat in its history

In an intense MLS showdown last night, the top two teams in the Eastern Conference clashed as league leaders Inter Miami traveled to face FC Cincinnati. Inter Miami was without star player Lionel Messi and forward Luis Suárez due to Copa America commitments, leaving Sergio Busquets as the only former Barcelona player on the field.

The match began with high energy, and by the tenth minute, Yuya Kubo put the hosts ahead with the opening goal. Inter Miami quickly responded with an equalizer from defender Serhiy Kryvtsov. However, this was the last of the good news for the visitors.

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Before halftime, FC Cincinnati took control of the match. Luciano Acosta, Pavel Bucha, and Yamil Asad each scored, bringing the score to 4-1. The second half saw no respite for Inter Miami as Kubo netted his second goal of the game. During the ensuing minutes, Sergio Busquets received a yellow card for a foul, and after expressing his dissatisfaction to the referee, he was shown a second yellow, resulting in his dismissal from the game.

Towards the end, Gerardo Valenzuela scored one final goal, setting the final score at 6-1. This defeat marks the heaviest loss for Inter Miami outside of friendly matches. The team had previously conceded six goals on two other occasions: in a friendly against Al-Nassr in February and against Barcelona last summer. Inter Miami’s only previous five-goal defeat in MLS was in 2021 against New England Revolution.

With this victory, FC Cincinnati has overtaken Inter Miami at the top of the Eastern Conference standings. FC Cincinnati, now leading by one point, also has a game in hand over Inter Miami.

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