Watch: Lionel Messi scores twice in 4-1 win vs New England Revolution

The legendary Argentinian breaks a record as he leads Inter Miami to a huge 4-1 win against New England Revolution, extending their lead at the top of the MLS Eastern Conference.

Inter Miami CF secured a commanding 1-4 triumph away against the New England Revolution on Saturday night, further bolstering their early-season momentum.

Captain, Lionel Messi, delivered a record-breaking performance, propelling them to victory with a brace and an assist. Messi’s stellar display made MLS history, setting a new record for the most goal contributions in a player’s first seven games of the season.

Messi also became the first player to record multiple goal contributions in five consecutive matches. Goals from second-half substitutes Benjamin Cremaschi and Luis Suárez sealed an impressive victory for the team.

Inter Miami playing in front of a record-setting away crowd for the second time this season, following the previous attendance record set against Sporting Kansas City on April 13. A staggering 65,612 fans filled Gillette Stadium, establishing a new attendance record for a New England Revolution home game.

Get Football | Alex Roberts

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