Inter Miami CF (6W-2L-3D, 18 points) earned a resounding 1-4 win on the road over the New England Revolution on Saturday night to continue building onto the team’s positive momentum early in the regular season. A record-setting performance from captain Lionel Messi led the team to victory. He made MLS history with his brace and assist, breaking the previous record for the most goal contributions in a player’s first seven games to start a season, and becoming the first player to register multiple goal contributions in five straight matches. Goals by second-half-substitutes Benjamin Cremaschi and Luis Suárez capped the team’s impressive victory on the night.

The evening also saw Inter Miami play in front of a record home-crowd for the opposition for the second time this season after the record-setting attendance against the Sporting Kansas City on April 13, with 65,612 fans in the stands at Gillette Stadium to set a new record in attendance in a New England Revolution home game.