The 2020 season ended up being positive for midfielder Rodolfo Pizarro, since he ended up being a franchise player in his team, Inter Miami, and a regular summoned in the Mexican National Team during the era of Argentine Gerardo Martino, but in 2021 everything changed to such an extent to open the question and ask ourselves: is it returning to Liga MX to recover its best version?
Although at the beginning of the year things continued as the previous cycle ended, being a starter in the Florida franchise and nominated for El Tri, in a matter of five months everything went to the cliff, and the cause is not the injuries, but their performance on the court.
Proof of this' his current performance at Inter Miami during 2021 in Major League Soccer (MLS), where he went from being the undisputed starter in his first three games, to playing just one minute ago two days ago against FC Cincinnati, and not being cited in loss to Chicago Fire.
So far, everything normal; However, in the recent appointment of El Tri for the Final Four of the Concacaf Nations League, the former Chivas and Monterrey didn't enter the final list of 23 players, which has generated a wake-up call regarding his professional situation. .
But if we're strict with reality, the situation on both fronts for Pizarro's dissimilar. While at Inter Miami he has not been considered for "a minor injury" that would allow him to return to the courts this weekend, in the Mexico National Team, it sounds like a name to be part of the team that will participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.