Tata Martino is under less pressure because to Inter Miami's record-breaking attack.  

Inter Miami is on a six-game unbeaten streak in MLS, leads the race for the Supporters' Shield, and has their best players at the top of the goals and assists statistics.  

A little more than a month ago, head coach Gerardo 'Tata' Martino was on the hot seat.  

A dismal 4-0 defeat to the New York Red Bulls in late March was followed by elimination from the Concacaf Champions Cup by Mexican side Monterrey in early April.  

Former USMNT defender Taylor Twellman shared a damaging statistic on X, comparing the Argentine manager's record in Miami to that of Phil Neville, the man he replaced at Chase Stadium.  

Columbus Crew became the first MLS team to defeat CF Monterrey over two legs in the Concacaf Champions Cup.  

"What if I told you that Tata Martino has a lower win% in MLS than Phil Neville did at Inter Miami … would you believe me?!" Twellman wrote.  

"Neville finished his spell in south Florida with a win rate of just 38.9% while currently Martino's is at 38.2%."  

Meanwhile, sources in Spain stated that Martino could be replaced by Xavi Hernández, with Miami contacting the coach, who was expected to depart Barcelona this summer.  

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