Gonzalo Higuaín’s first Inter Miami goal was fantastic. Ray Hudson’s call was even better.
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Inter Miami fans can rejoice that their new soccer team has a world-class striker — and they can count on some world-class wordplay from their announcer, too. Argentine national Gonzalo Higuaín netted his first MLS goal on a stunning free kick Wednesday night in a 2-1 victory at the New York Red Bulls. And let’s just say that Ray Hudson’s call was more than up to the moment (not that we should be surprised given his quotable history). Game winner for your @InterMiamiCF and what a first MLS goal for our Gonzalo Higuaín. Call by @RayHudson is epic pic.twitter.com/Rrda5xAEAj — Jorge Mas (@Jorge__Mas) October 8, 2020Among the many highlights:“Beautiful angle and a beautiful distance.
Inter Miami signing Gonzalo Higuain, reports say
All rights reserved)FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. – Inter Miami CF appears close to adding another international star. Gonzalo Higuain, an Argentine striker who played for Italian power Juventus, will be signing with David Beckham’s expansion team, according to multiple reports, including one posted on MLS’s website. For further confirmation, look no further than the Twitter page of team owner Jorge Mas, who posted a picture of himself with Higuain, wishing him a “warm welcome.”A warm welcome to Gonzalo Higuain, a world class striker and champion. @G_Higuain pic.twitter.com/29wT86aA2J — Jorge Mas (@Jorge__Mas) September 11, 2020Higuain, 32, played in the World Cup for Argentina three times. Inter Miami last month added Blaise Matuidi, a World Cup-winning midfielder with France.