Inter Miami wakes up in MLS, Adrien Hunou launches Minnesota


End of black series for Miami

Inter Miami, which remained on six defeats in a row, woke up on Wednesday night on its Fort Lauderdale lawn against Toronto (3-0) and can still hope to rally the play-offs (11th in the Eastern Conference at six points 7th and last qualifying place). Blaise Matuidi came into play at the break, while David Beckham’s co-owned team and coached by Phil Neville were already leading 2-0, aided by a gift from the Canadian defense on the opener of Federico Higuain (10th ).

Adrien Hunou, 6th American goal

If Minnesota United remains in a position to qualify for the play-offs (6th in the Western Conference), Adrien Hunou has something to do with it: the former Rennais has unlocked his franchise match against Philadelphia (3-2) by opening the score, his 6th American goal (41st).

Rudy Camacho man of the match

Good operation also for the Franco-Canadian coach of CF Montreal (ex-Impact), Wielfried Nancy. The draw obtained in Orlando (1-1) leaves the Quebec franchise in 6th place in the East, thanks to the equalizing goal of Rudy Camacho, the second this season of the French central defender trained in Nancy. Camacho, designated man of the match, scored with a header from a corner (51st).

Kevin Cabral invites himself to the party

Another Frenchman in the spotlight on the American night, the young (22 years) LA Galaxy striker Kevin Cabral scored his 5th goal of the season, the first for two months, and the last of three registered by the fifth in the Conference West on the Houston Lawn (3-0, 47th).

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