Lionel Messi, the captain of Inter Miami, won his first club trophy on Saturday, becoming him the most decorated football player in history.
After a thrilling penalty shootout, Messi helped Inter Miami defeat Nashville in the Leagues Cup championship.
With an incredible long-range goal in the first half, the attacker who formerly played for Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain broke the scoreless tie.
Fafa Picault, who scored from close range in the second half to equalize Messi’s goal, caused the game to conclude in a 1-1 tie.
Inter Miami ultimately prevailed 10-9 on penalties to claim the Leagues Cup.
By leading Inter Miami to victory, Messi won the first trophy of his time with Inter Miami and the 44th of his brilliant career overall, becoming him the most decorated player of all time.