FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) — Bryce Duke’s goal led Inter Miami to a 2-1 win Sunday over Atlanta United at DRV PNK Stadium.
Duke scored the game-winner in the 64th minute, assisted by Leonardo Campana, putting Miami (3-4-1) on top 2-1.READ MORE: Biden Invokes Defense Production Act To Address Infant Formula Shortage, Among Other Actions
Miami also got one goal from Campana.
Duke’s game-winning goal led to Miami’s first four-game win streak in club history.
“I’m immensely proud of the week that we’ve had. Beating Seattle, beating Miami FC, traveling and everything that came with it,” said head coach Phil Neville. “One thing I was sure we were going to guarantee was that we’d fight to the very end. We spoke before the game about the set values of the players that are now beginning to rise amongst themselves. I feel as if now, with the results that we’ve been getting, that we’ll start to see a different Inter Miami, and that’s what I’ve wanted all along: one with a clear identity.”READ MORE: Pursuit Through Broward Streets Ends With 2 Taken Into Custody
Ronaldo Cisneros scored for United (3-3-2).
United outshot Miami 20-7, with seven shots on goal to two for Miami.
Nick Marsman made six saves for Miami.MORE NEWS: Trial For Ex-BSO Deputy Jorge Sobrino, Accused Of Beating Inmate Handcuffed To Hospital Bed, Underway
Inter Miami will hit the road next week to face the New England Revolution on Saturday, April 30 at 7:30 p.m. The matchup at Gillette Stadium will be the second of the season between the sides after Inter Miami’s 3-2 win over New England in early April.