Monday, May 29, 2023

Inter Miami’s triumphant music kicks off in Nashville

Inter Miami saw their five-match unbeaten streak, three of them in MLS and two in the US Open, end with a 2-1 loss against Nashville SC in the US League on Wednesday night at Geodis Park in Nashville as “the music” Is known. City”.

On 33 minutes, Fabrice-Jean Picault opened the scoring with a powerful right-footed shot from close range.

Born in New York to Haitian parents, Fafa grew up in Miami and played with the Fort Lauderdale Strikers in 2014. On 49′ it headed home for Lucas McNaughton.

In stoppage time (90’+3), Ecuadorian Dixon Arroyo scored the honor for Inter with a strong shot following a corner, but there was no time left to equalize and force extra time.

It was the Ecuadorian’s first goal with the Surflorida team.

Inter’s Franco Negri (17′), Arroyo (51′) and Harvey Neville (55′) received yellow cards.

The first half was so dreary for a team led by coach Phil Neville that Nashville’s lead was well worth it. At no time did Inter Miami score on the opponent’s goal, thus making it impossible to win a game.

For much of the second half, Neville brought on Joseph Martinez and replaced Victor Ulloa.

The change of a striker to a midfielder was a clear indication that the coach wanted to correct what did not work at the initial stage.

Nashville’s goal in the 49th minute made it 2–0, not helping Neville’s plans much.

Shaq headed to McNaughton through the middle of the box after a serve from Moore.

On 69′, Martínez was about to score with a header from the center of the area, but the Venezuelan shot was ultimately saved.

It was true that Inter Miami was more aggressive and looked for the opposite goal with more intensity.

Then Leonardo Campana also had opportunities to score with a header, but Inter Miami could not find the formula to send the ball into the back of the net on Wednesday night.

Towards the end of the game, the Miami team achieved its objective. Following a corner kick, Ecuadorian Arroyo caught a ball that came to him in the middle of the pile and fired hard and high and the ball went into the back of the goal.

Immediately, Arroyo asked his colleagues to line up to witness the miracle. However, the clock was ticking faster than his hopes and time ran out for Inter Miami to attempt the feat.

After three straight wins in MLS and two at the United States Open, David Beckham’s side looked to snap their streak, which saw them finish sixth in the Eastern Conference standings with 15 points.

Nashville added 21 points with the win.

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