Rodolfo Pizarro wearing two different colored soccer shoes: Inter Miami forward Pizarro wearing one black shoe and one white shoe in the game versus the LA Galaxy. Really, I’m some what surprised a professional soccer player haven’t done this before. I wonder if the two different colored cleats were confusing at all to the defenders facing up against Pizarro.
Inter Miami owner David Beckham probably had no concern about Pizarro wearing different colored cleats, as he was one of the first footballers to wear shoes that were bright colors.
I’m guessing Pizarro wearing two different colored cleats has something to do with his new soccer shoe deal with Charly. Haven’t heard of the Charly brand before but this is a good way for it to get some attention.
“On Tuesday, Pizarro is announcing a shoe deal with Charly, a Mexican sportswear company looking to gain footing in the United States by signing the rising MLS star. He has a white pair and a pink pair to go with his Miami uniforms. Pizarro said he is extremely proud to represent a brand that is 100 percent Mexican.”
It was Pizarro’s through ball to Higuain that led to the first goal scored by Robbie Robinson. While Pizarro did create the first goal for Inter Miami he didn’t score himself. Don’t know if he’s superstitious or not but since he didn’t get on the score sheet wearing the one black and one white soccer shoe maybe he’ll go back to his white or pink cleats.
— Inter Miami CF (@InterMiamiCF) April 18, 2021
Some thought Pizarro lost his shoe. Can’t blame them though, it does look like Pizarro has one black soccer shoe on and then he’s just wearing his white socks after he lost his cleat somewhere on the soccer field.
— MLS UK Show (@MLSUKShow) April 18, 2021