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Desperate Miami in Messi's revenge match

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The first leg of the CONCACAF Champions Cup quarter-final was an eventful one. Lionel Messi was largely absent from the field in the 2-1 loss. The news of Messi's misbehavior by going to the opponent's dressing room at the end of the match also came to the fore. Later, Monterrey's assistant coach was also heard taunting Messi. All in all, the second leg match was considered to be Messi's revenge match. But revenge away, Messi's Miami could not compete in Monterrey. The Florida club was defeated by the Mexican club Monterrey 3-1 (5-2 over two legs).

Miami did not have a bad start on the opponent's field. By keeping possession of the ball, they try to put pressure on the opponent's defense. But as much as Munshiana has shown in possession, he has not been as impressive in creating chances. Messi was trying to create chances with the ball, but could not do much. Messi's shot went over the bar in the 25th minute. On the other hand, Monterrey was ahead in creating opportunities even though they could not keep possession of the ball.

Miami fell behind in the 31st minute after a ridiculous mistake by Miami goalkeeper Derek Callender. Passing to a teammate from near the post, he dropped the ball to the feet of Monterrey striker Brandon Vasquez. Vasquez did not miss such an opportunity. Scored a goal to give Monterrey a 3-1 lead over the two legs. In the 35th minute, Messi failed to take advantage of the opportunity from the free-kick. Then in added time, Suarez scored Messi's throw pass but it was ruled out in the offside trap.

Miami was desperate for a goal after the break. Everyone was looking for something magical from Messi. However, Messi was a bit out of sorts after returning from injury. In the 57th minute, Monterrey German Berterme stunned Miami with a great shot. The Miami goalkeeper had no way of stopping his bullet shot from outside the box.

Miami fell behind by two goals. Then in the 64th minute, Gallardo put the final nail in the coffin by taking advantage of another mistake by Miami. Falling behind by three goals, Miami went on the offensive and committed one foul after another. Due to which Jordi Alba left the field after seeing a red card in the 78th minute. Diego Gomez scored in the 85th minute but it was only a consolation. And in the end, Miami lost 5-2 in two legs.


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