Messi and Inter Miami end preseason camp with a draw against Newell's Part 2.

(Associated Press) — Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States of America On Wednesday, Lionel Messi and Inter Miami finished their preseason campaign with a 1-1 draw against Newell's Old Boys, the team that was responsible for the emergence of the Argentine coach.

This was the first time that the crack, who had previously been awarded the Golden Ball eight times, faced the club that had also been responsible for the beginning of the career of his countryman Gerardo Martino, who is currently a technical assistant for Inter Miami.

From the time he was a little boy, Messi played for the rosarino club even before he moved up to the lower levels of the Barcelona team, where he eventually became the star player. Mr. "Tata" Martino, who was also from Rosario, was a member of the Leproso team and also served as the team's director.

Despite the excitement of fans waiting to see Messi play, the 36-year-old star had little influence on the game. Initially, he missed a free shot, but he handled it well, launching himself forward and easily defeating his opponents.

During the encounter that took place on February 4th, Messi had been unsuccessful in achieving victory in Hong Kong due to a chronic lack of motivation. As a result of an inguinal injury, he remained in the bench throughout the entirety of the game.

On Wednesday, Messi and Uruguayan Luis Suárez came off the bench in the 60th minute of the match. At that moment, a young fan invaded the field with his arms extended toward the Argentinino before security personnel could grab him.

The first preseason of Messi's career as a player in the Major League Soccer did not go according to the plans that were made. Inter Miami embarked on a global exhibition tour with the purpose of marketing, with Messi and Suárez serving as the main protagonists of the tour.

In its first five matches, the Florida team was defeated by a score of 12 goals to 7. They eventually won in Hong Kong. Because the fans were so disgusted by the fact that neither Messi nor Suárez played, that victory was swept away.

La ausencia de Leo y Luis causó la decepción del público que llenó el estadio. According to Martino, "Esta decisión ha sido tomada junto con el cuerpo médico" following that match. "Since no podían evitar agravar sus lesiones, no pudieron participar en la partida... Disculpas, les pedimos.

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