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Nashville vs Inter Miami: Beware of Stumbling Again, Messi

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Nashville vs Inter Miami: Beware of Stumbling Again, Messi

Jakarta, CNN Indonesia

Bintang Inter Miami Lionel Messi should be wary of Nashville when the two teams met in the first leg of the last 16 of the Concacaf Champions Cup at GOEDIS Park Stadium, Friday (8/3) morning WIB.

In MLS, Nashville is ranked 10th after winning two points in two matches. Meanwhile, Inter Miami is at the top of the standings with seven points.

Even though they are in the middle of the table, Nashville has the potential to tackle Miami. In the last meeting between the two teams in MLS last season, Nashville held Miami 0-0.

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This result stopped Lionel Messi and his friends’ 10-match winning streak in all competitions.

In this match, Nashville not only broke Miami’s winning trend last season, but also made the Herons fail to score.

Miami this time is different from last season. This season, Gerardo Martino’s team has the arrival of striker Luis Suarez who adds to the team’s attacking power.

However, Nashville, which is not the favorite, has the potential to display a pragmatic game to reduce the creativity of Messi, who is the motor of Miami’s attack.

By ‘turning off’ Messi’s role, Nashville has a big chance of matching or even beating Miami.

These positive results could be important capital for Nashville for the second leg of the last 16 of the Concacaf Champions Cup at home to Miami, Friday (15/3) morning WIB.

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