(VIDEO) A new duo is born, this is how Messi and Suarez's kids play while they have fun at Inter Miami

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez's sons are enjoying themselves as well at Inter Miami.

Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez laughing before an Inter Miami match.

While Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez are shining for Inter Miami this season so far, so are their sons at the youth level. A new video published online showcases the link-up between Messi's kid and Suarez's son. Suarez's son Benjamin sends a perfect cross to Thiago Messi, but the young attacker shoots at the keeper. The clip demonstrates the link-up between the two is similar to their fathers, who shined at FC Barcelona for many years. This could be the future partnership between Messi and Suarez as the two young boys are on course to become professional footballers.

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Earlier this month, Thiago Messi and Benjamin Suarez won a youth cup with the Inter Miami academy together. The pair won first place in the silver bracket at the Easter International Cup by Rayados with the Inter Miami under-13 team. The tournament was held in Florida, and more than 300 teams competed. According to ESPN, Thiago Messi scored a goal in the team's 4-0 win against Florida Kraze in the final.

While the kids are shining, so are the fathers, as Inter Miami is first in the Eastern Conference with 18 points. After ten matches played in the 2024 MLS season, Inter Miami has five wins, three draws, and two losses. Messi has seven goals and three assists, while Suarez has six goals and four assists. Inter Miami's last match was a 3-1 win against Nashville SC at the Chase Stadium. Messi scored a brace and assisted Sergio Busquets.

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What's next for Messi, Suarez, and Inter Miami?

Inter Miami is preparing to play against the New England Revolution at the Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts. New England are bottom of the Eastern Conference table with 4 points after eight games. They have one win, one draw, and six defeats. The Gillette Stadium is expected to be sold out as more than 60,000 seats have been sold for the game. Messi's presence in New England could break the current Revolution attendance record of 61,316 at the Gillette Stadium.

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