MLS 2023: Five keys to eliminating Inter Miami against FC Cincinnati

Inter Miami’s vision seemed more complicated ahead of their home game against FC Cincinnati, as they needed to add three points at all costs to stay alive. Major League Soccer 2023 In their quest to reach the wild card round of the playoffs, but they fell 0-1 at the DRV PNK Stadium and other results decided everything in the Eastern Conference.

Gerardo ‘Tada’ Martino’s side had a very good first half but the goals didn’t come and even with their captain back on the field, they couldn’t stay alive. Now that those in Fort Lauderdale have a semester of planning, everyone is thinking about scaling the franchise to where they want to be.

Keys to Eliminate Inter Miami in MLS 2023

Thomas Aviles had it

Las Garzas’ central defender was about to open the scoring early in the match (9′) as the ball bounced into the match area, but when he shot with his right foot, the ball hit the Cincinnati crossbar. The chance was clear, but the Argentina striker couldn’t put it into the net.

Joseph Martinez was also close

The Venezuelan forward came close to scoring (22′) in favor of the Fort Lauderdale setup as a left-footed shot from outside the area also hit the post, but this time it went to the left post of Roman Celantano’s goal. .

Gremachi reiterated

Another prospect for Las Garzas is that of the young USMND team of Argentine descent. He took a shot at the visitors’ goal, but it hit the crossbar again (24′). Benjamin Gremachi is one of the most developed players at Inter Miami, but he failed to score on this occasion.

Sergio Busquets and Lionel Messi. (Photo by Chris Arjun / AFP)Chris ArjunAFP

Messi is back

17 days later, Lionel Messi returned to action with Inter Miami in MLS 2023, coming off the bench in the 55th minute to replace his compatriot Tomás Avilés. The Argentina star entered with a great attitude but could do little to keep his team’s hopes alive. ’10’ had two free kicks but sent them over Celentano’s goal.

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Alvaro Bariel finished everything

Other results largely conditioned Inter Miami’s desire to reach the playoffs, but it is important to highlight that the FC Cincinnati full-back ended his hopes in the 78th minute. He found a rebound inside the area and fired a left-footed shot past; The move stemmed from a loose ball between Stefanelli and Busquets. It was a solid target.

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Aaron Bupenza (45′, Sergio Santos), Lionel Messi (54′, Tomas Aviles), Jean Motta (55′, David Ruiz), Yuya Kubo (64′, Junior Moreno), Nicholas Stefanelli (74′, Joseph Martinez), Robert Taylor (75′, DeAndre Yedlin), Brett Halsey (80′, Alvaro Bariel), Malik Pinto (87′, Luciano Acosta), Dominique Baudge (87′, Brandon Vasquez)


0-1, 77′: Alvaro Periel


Referee: Rubial Vasquez
VAR Referees: Michael Ratczuk, Peter Balciunas
Obinna Noboto (26′, Yellow) Roman Celantano (83′, Yellow)


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60 33 17 9 7

55 33 Fifteen 10 8

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