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Hottest Lionel Messi Fan Shifts Loyalty, Follows Her Idol to Inter Miami
- Suzy Cortez, also known as Miss BumBum, supports Lionel Messi's transfer to MLS side Inter Miami
- Cortez's intense devotion to Messi has been demonstrated in different forms, including multiple body tattoos
- Meanwhile, Messi, who recently joined Inter Miami, scored the fastest goal of his career in an international friendly against Australia
Lionel Messi superfan Suzy Cortez, better known as Miss BumBum, has shown her unflinching support for her idol's move to Major League Soccer outfit Inter Miami.
Following the conclusion of his two-year contract with Paris Saint-Germain, Messi made a remarkable move to the MLS this summer, marking the end of his European career and embarking on a fresh journey across the Atlantic.
It comes as little surprise that the curvy Brazilian brunette, Miss BumBum, who has openly showcased her infatuation with the seven-time Ballon d'Or recipient, has now shifted her loyalty to Inter Miami in light of Messi's transfer.
On her Instagram page, with a staggering 73.5k followers, Cortez posed for a pic in an Inter Miami jersey, captioning:
"I've always been a muse and a big fan of Inter Miami - even more now [that Messi has come]," she wrote as quoted by Tribuna.
It is worth noting that Miss BumBum took the photo in the Inter Miami replica jersey three years ago. However, her latest post buttresses her unwavering love for Messi.
Messi hints on Inter Miami debut
He is expected to return to his home country before linking up with Inter Miami, which means he could play his first game in America around mid-to-late July.
Inter Miami faces St. Louis City on July 15, with the MLS All-Star match taking place on July 19 against Premier League runners-up Arsenal.
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Sports Brief also reported on the first time Lionel Messi scored inside the first two minutes of a game when he opened the scoring for Argentina against Australia on Thursday in a friendly.
The 35-year-old featured from the off against the Socceroos, and it didn't take long for him to make his mark.
Within the opening 120 seconds of the game, Messi was able to capitalise on Chelsea midfielder Enzo Fernandez's assist to curl a beautiful shot home, marking a career milestone.