After six dates in the Major League Soccer (MLS), Rodolfo Pizarro accumulates a few minutes with Inter Miami, and it's that the Mexican player is cared for by the Florida club due to some discomfort that he has presented in the adductor in one of the legs.
The team led by Phill Neville has been cautious about the regularity they have given the Aztec midfielder, who is one of the franchise players of the team owned by David Beckham.
Of 540 possible minutes, Pizarro adds 378, since they don't want to overload him in terms of activity and that the discomfort he has is aggravated and he runs a greater risk in the 2021 season of American football.
Meanwhile, the national team has played in all six matches, five as a starter, but has not finished the matches due to physical wear and tear. In addition, he will have a busy summer after being called up by Gerardo Martino for the Final Four commitments in the Concacaf Nations League.
Pizarro's on the list of 23 elements called by Gerardo Martino for the friendly game against Iceland on Saturday, May 29 at the AT&T Stadium of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys. In addition, he is part of the squad to face Costa Rica on June 3 in the confederation tournament and then meet Honduras on June 11 in a friendly game.