Rodolfo Pizarro scored Inter Miami's first goal in MLS history and became the fiftieth Mexican to score in the league.
Miami's striker joined the team as a Designated Player after leaving Liga MX's Monterrey and scored in the second minute of their Week 2 game against D.C. United.
Pizarro became the fiftieth Mexican to score in MLS only a week after Oswaldo Alanís (San José Earthquakes) became the 49th.
Carlos Vela broke the MLS's scoring record and set it at 34; he's also the leading Mexican scorer in the league with 49.
Erick 'Cubo' Torres, now back at Liga MX with Xolos, is the second most effective Mexican goalscorer in MLS with 36.
Like Pizarro, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernández joined MLS this season and became the league's best paid player, but is still waiting to score with L.A. Galaxy for the first time.
The complete list of Mexican goalscorers in MLS is as follows:
49 Carlos Vela
36 Erick Torres
32 Luis Saúl Silva
25 Giovani Dos Santos
16 Cuahtémoc Blanco
15 Damián Álvarez
14 Carlos Hermosillo
12 Luis Hernández
10 Antonio Martínez. Missael Espinoza
9 Claudio Suárez, Juan P. García, Martín Vásquez, Omar Bravo
8 Eduardo Lillingston
7 Francisco Palencia, Andrés Padilla, Marco Fabián
6 Hugo Sánchez, Uriel Antuna, José Vásquez
5 Jonathan Dos Santos, David Patiño, David Estrada, Francisco Mendoza
4 Gonzalo Pineda, Héctor Cuadros
3 Isaac Romo, Samuel Ochoa
2 Ramón Ramírez, Francisco Uribe, Luis Ángel Landín, Pável Pardo, Rafael Baca
1 Rodolfo Pizarro, Alan Pulido, Rafael Márquez, Oswaldo Alanís, Carlos Salcedo, Édgar Mejía, Mariano Trujillo, Edmundo Rodríguez, Giovani Casillas, José Hernández, José Manuel Abundis, José Retiz, Mario de Luna, Óscar Joaquín Velázquez, Rodolfo Espinoza, Vicente Figueroa
* Regular season goals