Lionel Messi’s fire start at Inter Miami isn’t showing any signs of being extinguished any time soon.
Messi’s scored five goals in three games that all resulted in wins, including a brace in Wednesday night’s League Cup matchup against Orlando City FC.
“It makes sense for him to score five goals in three matches. Can that be done by any player? Of course not,” said Tata Martino, Messi’s coach with FC Barcelona, Argentina and now Inter Miami. “He’s just the best player in the world.”
Messi Mania has officially taken over the MLS. Tickets to Miami’s next match against FC Dallas on Sunday sold out in minutes Thursday morning. But there’s still other opportunities to catch tickets if Messi comes to town.
Here’s everything you need to know about the rest of Inter Miami’s schedule in August, including how to watch and which games he may miss.
When does Messi play next?
Inter Miami will next face FC Dallas on Sunday, Aug. 6 in the Round of 16 of the League Cup. It is the first road game of Messi’s MLS career. The time is TBD.
What is the rest of Messi’s schedule for August?
Sunday, Aug. 20: Inter Miami vs. Charlotte FC. Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Wednesday, Aug. 23: Inter Miami at FC Cincinnati. Time: 7 p.m. ET
Saturday, Aug. 26: Inter Miami ay New York Red Bulls. Time: 7:30 p.m. ET
Wednesday, Aug. 30: Inter Miami vs. Nashville FC. Time: 7:30 p.m. EST.
How can I watch Inter Miami’s matches?
How much does an Apple TV MLS season pass cost?
Since the MLS regular season is past its midway point, the monthly price has been reduced to $12.99 a month and $39.00 for the rest of the season. Subscriptions can be purchased here using an Apple ID.
How can I watch Inter Miami-FC Cincinnati?
This match — which is a U.S. Open Cup semifinal — will only be streamed on the CBS Sports Golazo Network, a free 24-hour streaming network.
Are there any games Messi might miss?
There are six MLS stadiums with artificial turf, a surface that Messi has never played a professional game on. There is a chance that he decides to not suit up if the opposing team has artificial turf.
Portland, Atlanta, Charlotte, Vancouver, New England and Seattle all use turf instead of grass. Inter Miami only faces Atlanta and Charlotte on the road from that group.
Inter Miami’s August match against Charlotte is at home, but they face the club to end the season on Oct. 21. They also play Atlanta on the road on Sept. 16. Barring injury, Messi should be out there the rest of Inter Miami’s August schedule.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Lionel Messi and Inter Miami’s August schedule