Higuain scores in Inter Miami MLS loss

Striker Gonzalo Higuain scored a goal today for Inter Miami, who lost at home to the Los Angeles Galaxy, 3-2, in a match corresponding to the first weekend of the MLS competition in the United States.

The 33-year-old striker scored from the penalty spot in the 23rd minute of the second stage.

The former River Plate, Real Madrid and Juventus player started out as a staple in Florida as a whole, which also featured the competitions of Jorge Figal (former Independiente) and Leandro Gonzalez Perez (formerly Estudiantes de la Plata).

Additionally, Federico Higuaín (ex-Godoy Cruz de Mendoza), brother of Gonzalo, entered his second term, replacing Scottish Luis Morgan, according to Flashscore.

In the California team, Mexican striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez (former Manchester United, Real Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen and Seville) scored twice.

Other first date marks are the following: Montreal Impact 4-Toronto 2; Orlando City 0 – Atlanta United 0; New York Red Bull 1 – Kansas City 2; Dallas 0 Colorado Rapids 0; DC United 2 – New York City 1 (goal by Valentin Castellanos); Nashville 2 – Cincinnati 2 (goal from Luciano Acosta); Chicago Fire 2 – New England Revolution 2 (goal from Gustavo Boo); Los Angeles 2 Austin 0; Houston Dynamo 2 (goal by Maximiliano Orrotti) – San Jose Earthquakes 1; Seattle Sounders 4 – Minnesota United 0; Columbus Crew 0 – Philadelphia Union 0


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