Messi’s Miami is entering the field on Saturday to confirm the semi-finals. Inter Miami will enter the field with a mission to confirm the semi-finals in the Leagues Cup. Opponents Charlotte FC. On Saturday (August 12) at 6:30 AM Bangladesh time, the quarter-final match will begin at the DRV PNK Stadium.
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In his club career, he led Barcelona to one success after another. Although PSG did not win the Champions League, they gave the club the league title. Messi came to the United States at the end of his career. The League of Lesser Demands wants to give a toothy reply to those who were caught up in the criticism. At the beginning of the season, Inter Miami wants to give the expected success in the Leagues Cup.
Messi is showing magic one after another in the Miami campaign. In four of the four matches, LM Ten has fired the American team. He has scored 7 goals and assisted in three in the four matches played so far. Messi wants to beat Charlotte once again with his foot magic and lead the team to the semis. Coach Tata Martino is confident of winning in his own field.
Miami coach Tata Martino said, ‘We are in a winning streak. That must hold against Charlotte as well. I don’t want to give any preview about how the XI will be. I have confidence in them. Tell them the trick. The footballers have to do the job properly on the field now.’
Messi and Martinez in attack up front. Jordi Alba in defence. And in the defensive midfield is Tatar’s trusted footballer Busquets. The coach plans to play the team in 4-3-3 formation. Miami has the stats ahead of its quarterfinal matchup against Charlotte. Inter Miami has won two of the four matches between the two teams so far. Charlotte FC has one win.
Charlotte FC are winless in their last six away matches at the opponent’s ground. Inter Miami has won 3 of the last 5 matches played at their home ground. The remaining two were draws. However, Inter Miami wants to reach the semi-finals as a worthy team by defeating the opponent in the field, not the statistics.