Unbeaten in eight, Miami are pacing the Supporters’ Shield race thanks to the record-breaking play of Messi, the quality of fellow FC Barcelona legends Luis Suárez, Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba, as well as contributions from newer signings such as Matías Rojas.

It’s all led to an inspired run of form over the past two months that only this week showed the faintest signs of leveling off. That’s because the Herons’ MLS-best offense (35 goals) was held scoreless by Orlando in Matchday 14 after a tightly-contested Florida Derby at Inter&Co Stadium.

But Miami are back home this weekend and, more importantly, they’re hopeful Messi will be back on the pitch doing Messi things.


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