Inter Miami, led by Messi, defeated Montreal in Canada

May 12, 2024 – 08:49

he Inter Miami Argentine star Lionel Messi defeated the Montreal Impact team, 3-2, in the twelfth round of the 2024 American Football League. In the match that was held at Saputo Stadium, Brian Duke opened the scoring in the 22nd minute of the first half. Jules-Anthony Visant extended the lead at 32. Paraguay’s Matias Rojas scored at 44, Luis Suarez tied it at 48, and Benjamin Cremaci gave Florida the win at 15 points.

With this result, Argentine Gerardo Martino continues his strong progress in the American Football League. Inter Miami’s next match will be on Wednesday at 8:30 pm against Orlando City at Inter & Co Stadium in the thirteenth match.

For its part, French coach Laurent Courtois’ team remained in 12th place with 12 points, outside the playoff region. As for the thirteenth date, they will host the Columbus Crew on Wednesday at 8:30 p.m.

It was the Canadiens who opened the scoring in the 22nd minute of the game on a goal by Bryce Duke. On the counterattack, Jules Anthony Vailsant went to the left lane and put the ball deep to the Montreal Impact forward who scored under the feet of goalkeeper Drake Callender, making the score 1-0.

Ten minutes later, French coach Laurent Courtois’ team increased the lead with a goal from Vicente. On the left wing, Costa Rican Ariel Lassiter went over the top and passed the ball behind him, so the Canadian striker scored first at the goalkeeper’s right post, making the score 2-0.

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At the end of the first stage, the Florida State team woke up with a wonderful goal from a free kick executed by Paraguayan Matías Rojas in the 44th minute from meters away from Al Hilal. The former Racing player shot it through the barrier and the ball crept into the right corner of goalkeeper Jonathan Sirius.

In extra time, in the 48th minute, the American League leaders tied with a goal scored by Uruguayan Luis Suarez. After a corner kick from the left side, the ball landed at the near post where Bryce Duke collided with it and gave it to the former Barcelona player who was under the goal only to push it in to make the score 2-2.

Already in the sequel, at the age of 15, Inter Miami managed to turn the match around with a goal from Argentine Benjamin Cremaci. After a pass from Messi in the middle of the field, Paraguayan Matias Rojas shot a ball into space for Cremaci, who was alone in goal, goalkeeper Sirius. He was alone awkwardly with his fingerprint that reached him and the ball went asking for permission.

This is the summary of the Montreal Impact vs. Inter Miami on the twelfth date of the American Football League:

American Football League – the twelfth date.

Montreal Impact (2) – Inter Miami (3).

Stadium: Saputo, Montreal, Canada.

Referee: Drew Fisher.

Montreal Impact: Jonathan Sirois; George Campbell, Joel Waterman, Fernando Alvarez; Rowan, Samuel Petit, Mathieu Choinier, Ariel Lasseter; Bryce Duke, Jules Anthony Vicente; Mason Toy. Coach: Laurent Courtois.

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Inter Miami: Drake Callender; Marcelo Weigandt, Sergei Krivtsov, Nicolas Freire, Franco Negri; Julian Gressel, Sergio Busquets, Benjamin Cremaci, Matias Rojas; Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez. DT: Gerardo Martino.

Goals in the first half: 22 m. Brian Duke (centre); 32 AD. Jules Anthony Pheasant (M); 44 AD. Matías Rojas (I); 48 m. Luis Suarez (I)

Goal in the second half: 15 m. Benjamin Cremachi (I)

Changes in the second half: 17 minutes. Dominik Yankov for Jules-Anthony Visant (centre); 25 m. Ryan Taylor for Matías Rojas (I), David Ruiz for Benjamin Cremaci (I), Redha Zouhair for Ariel Lasité (C), Joaquín Sosa for Fernando Alvarez (C), and Sanusi Ibrahim for Mason Tuye (C); 31 AD. Ryan Sailor for Sergey Krivtsov (I), Yannick Praet for Julian Gressel (I) and Leonardo Campana for Luis Suarez (I)

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