Robbie Robinson earned the start for Inter Miami CF in its match this past Saturday against D.C. United, contributing a beautiful pass to Lewis Morgan who then made the final pass to Rodolfo Pizarro for the side’s first goal in MLS. Robinson logged three shots in the first 45 minutes of the match.
One minute. 48 seconds. Forever in the #InterMiamiCF history books. pic.twitter.com/XkSwlRneeN— Inter Miami CF (@InterMiamiCF) March 7, 2020
One minute. 48 seconds.
Forever in the #InterMiamiCF history books. pic.twitter.com/XkSwlRneeN
— Inter Miami CF (@InterMiamiCF) March 7, 2020
Joe Bendik was named to the Union’s 18-man roster for the side’s thrilling match against LAFC.
Tommy McNamara earned the start for the Houston Dynamo in the team’s match against Sporting KC. McNamara earned the start and logged one shot in his 73 minutes of action on the field.
Andrew Tarbell was a part of the Columbus Crew’s 18-man roster for the team’s match against the Seattle Sounders, with the two sides playing to a 1-1 draw in Seattle, Wash.
Phanuel Kavita earned the start, and a full 90 minutes of action, for Saint Louis FC in the squad’s commanding 4-1 victory over The Miami FC.
Jack Metcalf earned the nod in the San Diego Loyal’s inaugural starting XI, as the side played to a 1-1 draw against the Las Vegas Lights FC. Metcalf contributed a full 90 minutes to the Loyal’s effort.
Cody Mizell earned the nod in net for New Mexico United in its season debut match against Austin Bold FC. In February, Mizell was featured by the club in a one on one conversation. You can read the full conversation here!
Kyle Murphy earned the start for the Tampa Bay Rowdies and contributed 31 minutes of action on the field. Murphy created one scoring chance for his side, who would go on to win the season opener, 1-0.