Without Messi, Inter Miami lost and was cut short of its unbeaten record in MLS

In what was their fourth match in this new season of Major League Soccer, Inter Miami, who were without Lionel Messi, lost their three-game unbeaten streak after being defeated at home by Montreal of Canada by 3-2. which was the Spanish full-back Jordi Alba, as both Luis Suárez and Sergio Busquets were on the substitutes’ bench and added minutes in the last stretch of the match. The Herons started losing the game in the 13th minute, when Fernando Alvarez put the Canadians ahead. This superiority was to be maintained throughout the first half, as, despite having had a slight improvement, the home side could not settle. In the second half, Inter were superior but were only able to get the long-awaited equalizer in the 71st minute thanks to Leonardo Campana, but the joy did not last long, because in the 75th and 78th, Matías Cóccaro and Sunusi Ibrahim would return the victory to the visitors. Although Martino’s men made a great effort, even with the entry of Suárez and Busquets, they only managed a new discount from Alba, which in the end would not serve to change history. Inter Miami’s next matchFrom now on, Messi and his teammates will have to focus on what will be the second leg against Nashville for the knockout stage of the Concacaf Champions League, which will be next Wednesday, March 13, at 9:15 p.m. (Argentina time) at Chase Stadium, located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It will be broadcast on Star+. After the 1-1 draw in the first leg, to qualify for the quarterfinals, Inter Miami will have to win by any score or simply get another 0-0 or 1-1 draw, since the away goals rule, which is still in force in this competition, would give them the long-awaited pass.

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