Sun. May 26th, 2024

Orlando Holds Inter Miami to a Goalless Draw Without Injured Messi

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Match Summary: Orlando City SC vs. Inter Miami CF

Full Time: Orlando City 0 – 0 Inter Miami

In a closely contested match, Orlando City and Inter Miami played to a goalless draw, with both teams having their share of missed opportunities and solid defensive plays.

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Key Moments:

– 93′: Orlando remained patient in their attack, moving the ball across the box, but couldn’t break down Miami’s defense. Torres was substituted by Tsukada.

– 95′: Miami lost possession in midfield, leading to an Orlando counter-attack. The shot from the edge of the box was blocked.

– 96′: In the final moments, Rafael Santos made a run down the left and crossed into the box. Tsukada’s attempt lacked proper contact, sending the shot over the bar, sealing the 0-0 draw.

Substitutions:

– 80′: Orlando subbed Muriel and Angulo for Thorhallson and Rafael Santos.
– 84′: Miami substituted Kyrvtsev for Aviles, and Jack Lynn replaced McGuire.
– 64′: Miami brought on Campana and Jordi Alba, replacing Suarez and Negri. Suarez appeared visibly displeased with the substitution.

Notable Events:

– 71′: Muriel and Araujo received yellow cards for fouls, joining Taylor who was booked earlier for a shirt pull.
– 74′: Jordi Alba’s excellent lob and subsequent cross were intercepted by Orlando’s defense before reaching Campana.
– 76′: Rojas sent a cross in from the right, but Miami’s defense cleared it away.

Despite the stalemate, both teams showed strong defensive efforts and moments of attacking prowess, leaving the fans anticipating their next encounters.

Match Summary: Orlando City SC vs. Inter Miami CF

Full Time: Orlando City 0 – 0 Inter Miami

In a tightly contested match, Orlando City and Inter Miami ended with a goalless draw. Both teams had their opportunities but were unable to find the back of the net.

 

Key Moments:

– 50′: Muriel had the first attempt of the second half with a long-distance shot that went out for a corner.
– 52′: Orlando’s corner was met by a defender’s leap, but the ball went to Miami’s keeper, Callender.
– 54′: Gressel found Suarez in the box, but his header was deflected by a defender for another corner.
– 56′: Ojeda’s shot in the box was ruled offside. Cremaschi was shown a yellow card for a foul during the build-up.
– 58′: Rojas floated a ball towards Suarez, but the Orlando keeper collected and fell awkwardly, requiring attention from physios.
– 64′: Miami substituted Suarez and Negri for Campana and Jordi Alba, with Suarez visibly displeased.
– 65′: Taylor received a yellow card for a shirt pull on Muriel.
– 68′: Orlando launched a dangerous counter-attack, but Miami’s Aviles intercepted the ball.
– 71′: Muriel and Araujo were booked for fouls on Busquets.
– 74′: Jordi Alba’s lob found Campana, but Orlando’s defense cleared the threat.
– 76′: Rojas’ cross was cleared by Miami’s defense.
– 78′: Orlando’s striker had a chance but mishit the ball, resulting in a goal kick.
– 80′: Both teams made multiple substitutions.
– 84′: More substitutions followed, with Kyrvtsev and Jack Lynn coming on.
– 88′: Thoralsson had a chance for Orlando, but his shot went high.
– 93′: Orlando patiently attacked, but Miami’s defense held firm.
– 95′: Orlando countered after Miami lost possession, but the shot was blocked.
– 96′: Rafael Santos crossed into the box, but Tsukada’s shot went over the bar, ending the game in a 0-0 draw.

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Despite the lack of goals, the match was filled with action and strong defensive performances from both sides. Fans were left anticipating more thrilling encounters between these teams.

Match Summary: Orlando City SC vs. Inter Miami CF

Full Time: Orlando City 0 – 0 Inter Miami

In a match characterized by strong defensive performances and missed chances, Orlando City and Inter Miami ended in a goalless draw. Both teams had periods of dominance but failed to capitalize on their opportunities.

First Half Highlights:

– 10′: The game began at a fast pace, with Miami circulating possession. Suarez attempted a one-two with Cremaschi, but the ball was intercepted by Orlando’s defense.
– 13′: Orlando earned a corner, taken short. Angulo was brought down by Cremaschi, leading to a free-kick that went just past the near post.
– 15′: Orlando beat Miami’s high press. Lodeiro played in Torres, whose pass was easily caught by Callender.
– 18′: Orlando’s corner was sent deep but went beyond everyone. Torres quickly regained possession and shot wide from outside the box.
– 21′: Orlando dominated this phase. Muriel’s shot was blocked, leading to a Miami counter. Gressel’s cross to Suarez was headed behind for a corner.
– 25′: Angulo made an excellent run down the right flank, but Aviles blocked and retrieved the ball.
– 27′: Miami lost possession in midfield. After three quick passes, McGuire’s shot was blocked for a corner.
– 29′: Miami defended the corner and launched an attack. Negri was found in space but failed to control the ball.
– 32′: Callender made a full-stretch save to deny Ojeda, keeping the scoreline at 0-0.
– 35′: Schlegel fouled Rojas, giving Miami a free-kick on the right flank. Rojas’ shot was pushed over the bar by the keeper.
– 38′: Orlando gave away the ball cheaply in midfield but quickly regained possession after a Miami counter.
– 40′: Negri’s low cross towards Suarez was cut out by the defense. Miami built the next attack but did not create a significant chance.
– 43′: Suarez was warned by the referee for infiltrating the box before a goal kick.
– 45′: The first half ended goalless, with both teams having spells of dominance but failing to score.

Second Half Highlights:

– 50′: Muriel had the first attempt of the second half with a long-distance shot that went out for a corner.
– 52′: Orlando’s corner was met by a defender’s leap, but the ball went to Miami’s keeper, Callender.
– 54′: Gressel found Suarez in the box, but his header was deflected by a defender for another corner.
– 56′: Ojeda’s shot in the box was ruled offside. Cremaschi was shown a yellow card for a foul during the build-up.
– 58′: Rojas floated a ball towards Suarez, but the Orlando keeper collected and fell awkwardly, requiring attention from physios.
-64′: Miami substituted Suarez and Negri for Campana and Jordi Alba, with Suarez visibly displeased.
– 65′: Taylor received a yellow card for a shirt pull on Muriel.
– 68′: Orlando launched a dangerous counter-attack, but Miami’s Aviles intercepted the ball.
– 71′: Muriel and Araujo were booked for fouls on Busquets.
– 74′: Jordi Alba’s lob found Campana, but Orlando’s defense cleared the threat.
– 76′: Rojas’ cross was cleared by Miami’s defense.
– 78′: Orlando’s striker had a chance but mishit the ball, resulting in a goal kick.
– 80′: Both teams made multiple substitutions.
– 84′: More substitutions followed, with Kyrvtsev and Jack Lynn coming on.
– 88′: Thoralsson had a chance for Orlando, but his shot went high.
– 93′: Orlando patiently attacked, but Miami’s defense held firm.
– 95′: Orlando countered after Miami lost possession, but the shot was blocked.
– 96′: Rafael Santos crossed into the box, but Tsukada’s shot went over the bar, ending the game in a 0-0 draw.

The match was filled with action and strong defensive plays, leaving fans eagerly awaiting the next clash between these two teams.

 Match Summary: Orlando City SC vs. Inter Miami CF

Full Time: Orlando City 0 – 0 Inter Miami

In a match characterized by missed opportunities and strong defensive efforts, Orlando City and Inter Miami ended in a goalless draw. Both teams created several chances but were unable to convert.

Pre-Match Context:

– League Standings:
– Inter Miami: 1st place with 27 points from 13 games.
– Orlando City: 11th place with 12 points from 11 games.

– Recent Form:
– Orlando City: W-L-L-D-W
– Inter Miami: W-W-W-W-W

– Head to Head:
– Matches: 14
– Orlando wins: 6
– Inter Miami wins: 5
– Drawn: 3

First Half Highlights:

– Kick-Off (05:12): Orlando started the match quickly, but a solid defensive challenge ended their early attack.
– 2′ (05:14): A great save from the Orlando keeper denied Suarez after excellent one-touch play between Rojas and Suarez.
– 5′ (05:18): Suarez attempted a chip over to Gressel, but the cross was blocked. Miami retained possession.
– 7′ (05:19): Negri made an excellent run down the left flank, found Taylor, but his shot was blocked by the defense, marking the best chance of the game so far.
– 10′ (05:22): The game settled with Miami trying to circulate possession. Suarez’s one-two with Cremaschi was intercepted.
– 13′ (05:25): Orlando earned a corner, taken short. Angulo was brought down by Cremaschi, leading to a free-kick that went just past the near post.
– 15′ (05:27): Orlando broke Miami’s high press. Lodeiro played in Torres, whose pass was caught by Callender.
– 18′ (05:29): Orlando’s corner went deep but missed everyone. Torres quickly regained possession and shot wide from outside the box.
– 21′ (05:33): Orlando dominated this phase. Muriel’s shot was blocked, leading to a Miami counter. Gressel’s cross to Suarez was headed behind for a corner.
– 25′ (05:36): Angulo’s run down the right flank was blocked by Aviles.
– 27′ (05:38): Miami lost possession in midfield. After three quick passes, McGuire’s shot was blocked for a corner.
– 29′ (05:41): Miami defended the corner and launched an attack. Negri was found in space but failed to control the ball.
– 32′ (05:44): Callender made a full-stretch save to deny Ojeda, keeping the scoreline at 0-0.
– 35′ (05:47): Schlegel fouled Rojas, giving Miami a free-kick on the right flank. Rojas’ shot was pushed over the bar by the keeper.
– 38′ (05:49): Orlando gave away the ball in midfield but quickly regained possession after a Miami counter.
– 40′ (05:51): Negri’s low cross towards Suarez was cut out by the defense. Miami built the next attack but did not create a significant chance.
– 43′ (05:56): Suarez was warned by the referee for entering the box before a goal kick.
– 45′ (05:57): The first half ended goalless, with both teams having spells of dominance but failing to score.

Second Half Highlights:

– 50′ (06:18): Muriel had the first attempt of the second half with a long-distance shot that went out for a corner.
– 52′ (06:20): Orlando’s corner was met by a defender’s leap, but the ball went to Miami’s keeper, Callender.
– 54′ (06:21): Gressel found Suarez in the box, but his header was deflected by a defender for another corner.
– 56′ (06:24): Ojeda’s shot in the box was ruled offside. Cremaschi was shown a yellow card for a foul during the build-up.
– 58′ (06:27): Rojas floated a ball towards Suarez, but the Orlando keeper collected and fell awkwardly, requiring attention from physios.
– 64′ (06:32): Miami substituted Suarez and Negri for Campana and Jordi Alba, with Suarez visibly displeased.
– 65′ (06:32): Taylor received a yellow card for a shirt pull on Muriel.
– 68′ (06:37): Orlando launched a dangerous counter-attack, but Miami’s Aviles intercepted the ball.
– 71′ (06:38): Muriel and Araujo were booked for fouls on Busquets.
– 74′ (06:42): Jordi Alba’s lob found Campana, but Orlando’s defense cleared the threat.
– 76′ (06:43): Rojas’ cross was cleared by Miami’s defense.
– 78′ (06:46): Orlando’s striker had a chance but mishit the ball, resulting in a goal kick.
– 80′ (06:49): Both teams made multiple substitutions.
– 84′ (06:57): More substitutions followed, with Kyrvtsev and Jack Lynn coming on.
– 88′ (06:58): Thoralsson had a chance for Orlando, but his shot went high.
– 93′ (07:00): Orlando patiently attacked, but Miami’s defense held firm.
– 95′ (07:03): Orlando countered after Miami lost possession, but the shot was blocked.
– 96′ (07:05): Rafael Santos crossed into the box, but Tsukada’s shot went over the bar, ending the game in a 0-0 draw.

Despite the lack of goals, the match was filled with action and strong defensive plays, leaving fans eagerly awaiting the next clash between these two teams.

Lionel Messi is not playing for Inter Miami in the MLS 2024 clash against Orlando City due to an injury. Messi sustained a minor muscle strain during training a few days prior to the match, prompting the team’s medical staff to advise a precautionary rest to ensure he fully recovers and avoids any risk of aggravating the injury.

Lineups for the Match:

Orlando City:
– Goalkeeper: Gallese
– Defenders: Brekalo, Cartagena, Schlegel
– Midfielders: Torres, Lodeiro, Araujo, Angulo, Ojeda
– Forwards: McGuire, Muriel

Inter Miami:
– Goalkeeper: Callender
– Defenders: Negri, Freire, Aviles, Weigandt
– Midfielders: Busquets, Gressel, Cremaschi
– Forwards: Taylor, Suarez, Rojas

Match Details:
– Kickoff: May 16, 2024, at 5:00 a.m. IST
– Broadcast in India: Not available on traditional channels; can be streamed on Apple TV with an MLS season pass.

Stay tuned for live updates and scores from the match.

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