Indiana Vassilev’s 95th-minute header lifted Inter Miami off the bottom of the Major League Soccer table, completing their mini-revival. With the David Beckham-owned franchise mired to last place after a poor start, pressure was rising on Phil Neville.
But, after hitting rock bottom in a 5-0 loss to the New England Revolution, in which the players and management were booed off the field, Inter Miami has appeared re-energized – and they demonstrated it on Sunday with a last-gasp win.
‘I think it’s a positive sign for everyone when a team scores late,’ said Inter Miami manager Neville. ‘It’s a fantastic indicator for everyone inside the club that we’re on the right track.’ ‘We knew the substitutions were going to win the game for us today, and that’s exactly what happened,’ C. said. Three minutes into the second half, J. Sapong put Nashville ahead.
Source: Daily Mail