The captain of the Argentine national team, Lionel Messiis in doubt to play again with Inter Miamiwhich this Wednesday will receive Toronto F.C. by MLS.
The match will be played from 8:30 p.m. (Argentine time) at the DRV PNK Stadium of Fort Lauderdale and will be streamed through the app AppleTV.
Messi He returned to training normally today after his absence in the Argentine national team’s last match against Bolivia in Peacebut his return to the fields is still not assured.
The coach of Inter Miami, Gerardo Martinoreported before Tuesday’s practice that both Messi as Jordi Alba They were going to be part of the job, but they will later decide their availability for Wednesday’s game.
Messi He didn’t even travel for last Saturday’s game against Atlanta Unitedand the team lost (5-2) after twelve games.
The doubt of “Tata” goes through the demanding sequence of Inter Miamisince on Sunday the 24th they will face the classic against Orlando City as a visitor, and then, on Wednesday the 27th, they will play the final of the US Open Cup in view of Houston Dynamo.
Inter Miami is just one place above torontowith 28 points in 27 games and seven points away from the last classified (D.C. United) in the playoff zone for the Playoffs.
The MLS commissioner spoke about Messi’s rest:
The commissioner himself MLS, Don Garberbanked the rest and the absence of Messi in view of Atlanta United: “No commissioner of any league can force a player or a team to do something that threatens their health or safety. Messi has probably played more games than anyone expected.”
“He arrived quickly in the country, played in the US Open Cup, the Leagues Cup, played for his country and even scored a goal against Ecuador. There are many games for a person who has given a lot on and off the field of play. These are decisions that the clubs must take and the commissioners must support in any way”he stated in dialogue with TheAthletic.
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