David Beckham is supported by his proud wife Victoria and daughter Harper as they watch their resurgent Inter Miami demolish local rivals Orlando City FC
Lionel Messi may well have won the game, but Harper and Victoria Beckham served as lucky charms during Inter Miami’s latest victory on Wednesday night.
The couple were on hand to support husband, father and club co-owner David Beckham as he watched his team defeat local rivals Orlando City 3-1 in the League Cup.
There was even a fatherly kiss for 12-year-old Harper as David celebrated victory, due in no small part to the magic of the Argentine talisman Messi.
The World Cup winner scored an impressive brace on the night, with a resurgent Inter Miami showing off their newfound dominance once again.
Watching the show at DRV PNK Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, former Spice Girl Victoria, 49, looked typically chic in a chic sleeveless top and white single-pleat pants.
Side by side: Victoria Beckham was on hand to support her husband David as Inter Miami cruised to a 3-1 victory against local rivals Orlando City on Wednesday night.
Proud father: There was even a fatherly kiss for his daughter Harper as David celebrated victory, due in part to the magic of Argentine talisman Lionel Messi.
In keeping with the local colors of Inter Miami, David, 48, wore a pink dress shirt under his standard club suit while taking part in the action.
Jordi Alba officially donned the pink, white and black kit for the first time as the former Barcelona left-back came on in the second half of Las Garzas’ League Cup win against Orlando City in the round of 32.
The 34-year-old, who was introduced to fans at DRV PNK Stadium before kick-off, replaced 19-year-old defender Noah Allen in the 64th minute as Inter Miami led 2-1.
His first pass of the game went to none other than teammate Lionel Messi, of course, as he also shared the field with Sergio Busquets, another familiar face who moved to Florida from Barcelona this summer.
Miami then added a third goal in the 72nd minute to create a two-goal deficit, eight minutes after Alba appeared on the field.
Alba and Messi played together at Barcelona for nine years before Camp Nou’s departure from Camp Nou to PSG’s Parc des Princes on a free transfer two years ago.
“Jordi is an accomplished, dynamic and experienced player who we are excited to acquire to continue strengthening our team,” club sporting director Chris Henderson said in a statement after Miami announced the player’s arrival last month.
“He has shown for more than a decade that he is one of the best full-backs in the sport both for his defensive solidity and his ability to contribute in attack.”
Alba receives her jersey from co-owners Jose Mas (left), Jorge Mas and David Beckham (right)