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Will Messi & Miami get the better of Nashville AGAIN?! ?? | Inter Miami vs Nashville | MLS Preview

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  • Introduction to Video Content
  • In this video, we will be discussing the upcoming match between Inter Miami and Nashville SC in the MLS. These two teams previously faced off in the League's Cup Final, which was an intense match that went into penalties. Inter Miami emerged as the winners in the penalty shootout, claiming their first trophy. Interestingly, the presentation of the trophy will take place tonight in front of the team they defeated, which adds an extra layer of rivalry and pettiness. Some may find this new tradition entertaining, while others may question its significance. Nevertheless, there is no denying the excitement and drama that comes with football matches like these.Before diving into the match details, some banter about reality TV shows like Love Island was exchanged in the green room. While some prefer to avoid drama, the panel agrees that dramatic moments in football are essential. Perhaps incorporating Love Island-esque escapades into the football realm can add more excitement. Commentary from one of the panelists, Kupo, who hails from New Jersey, supports the idea of having more drama in football.Now let's talk about the teams and their recent performances. Nashville SC suffered a heavy defeat against Atlanta, losing 4-0, which is their second worst loss in their history. This was surprising as they are generally solid defensively. On the other hand, Inter Miami has been performing well, securing a 2-0 victory against the New York Red Bulls. This match marked Lionel Messi's first official appearance in the MLS, although he has already played in 11 cup matches leading up to this moment. The panelists express their amusement at the confusion caused by Messi's "debut" and discuss the buzz surrounding his presence in the league.In conclusion, the upcoming match between Inter Miami and Nashville SC promises to be an exciting encounter. The rivalry between the two teams adds an extra layer of intensity, particularly since Inter Miami will be presented with their trophy in front of Nashville. Both teams have had contrasting performances in their recent matches, with Nashville struggling and Inter Miami finding success. The introduction of Messi to the MLS has undoubtedly created a buzz, and fans are eager to see how he will perform in this league. With all the drama and passion surrounding this match, it is sure to be a spectacle for football enthusiasts.
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  • But let's transition over to probably the biggest match of today.
  • We've got some mid-week MLS action to look forward to.
  • And Inter-Miami will be hosting Nashville SC. If you recall, these two teams faced off in the League's Cup Final.
  • It was an epic one that went into penalties.
  • Inter-Miami win it in the PK shootout.
  • They take home their first piece of hardware.
  • And interestingly enough, that trophy is going to be presented tonight in front of the team that they beat.
  • That is so petty.
  • I know.
  • That is so petty.
  • I know.
  • But we will love it.
  • I refuse to believe that that standard that now has just been developed is now a new custom.
  • You like it though, don't you?
  • I do, I love it.
  • I love it.
  • Before the show started, all the conversation in the green room was about Love Island and all these shows.
  • And you're saying you don't want this drama?
  • All I heard was drama.
  • Listen, I was not a party to that conversation, but I do appreciate all of the footballing drama.
  • Like, I need more of that.
  • Maybe we need to infuse more Love Island-esque escapades into the football realm.
  • Kupo, you're from Jersey.
  • We know you want the drama.
  • Sign me up.
  • Sign me up.
  • Well, let's talk about this matchup though, because Nashville is coming off a really tough loss to Atlanta where they got thumped 4-0. Second worst loss in their history.
  • Yes.
  • They don't give up that many goals.
  • So that was strange to see.
  • And then we have Inter-Miami who continue to roll.
  • They got the 2-0 win over the New York Red Bulls in what was Lionel Messi's first actual MLS match, which is strange to say because he's played in now 11 matches, but they were all cup matches.
  • I got so many texts about that.
  • I know.
  • How's he making his debut?
  • He's been around for 10 games.
  • It's funny because we've all been in and around Major League Soccer, so we understand the crazy nuances about it, but people are like, wait, what?
  • Why do you keep saying it's his first game?
  • It's not his first game.
  • It's like, well, technically.
  • And they just won a trophy and they're still the worst team anymore.
  • Well, you also have all of the Europeans now tuned in for Messi that are wildly confused and I'm thoroughly enjoying that dialogue.
  • So wait, he just won the league?
  • I thought they were the worst team in the league.
  • I don't know.
  • I'm like, no, no, no.
  • League's cup.
  • League's cup.
  • Is not league.
  • And then throw in U.S. Open.
  • U.S. Open Cup.
  • They're so confused.
  • Black Cups.
  • I hope that they end up down a weird, weird rabbit hole.
  • And welcome.
  • Welcome.
  • Welcome to soccer.
  • Welcome to the League of Chaos.
  • We are glad that you're here.
  • No, it is.
  • It's a lot of fun.
  • But this is, Messi was rested in that game against Red Bulls.
  • He did not make the start.
  • What do you think Tata Martino is going to do in this one?
  • Because we keep saying that like, oh, this is going to be a test for Inter-Miami.
  • And then they go out and do the thing.
  • So Nashville, I think coming off that loss is going to be extra motivated.
  • They're going to be salty because they're presenting that trophy that they wanted.
  • How are you approaching this game if you're Tata?
  • Well, I think Ann Nashville is going to feel very confident in the way that they played Miami.
  • I think they have been the best team against Miami since Messi's inclusion, since Jordi Alba has been there and Busquets.
  • The way that Nashville played against Busquets in particular, I thought was really smart.
  • They tried to eliminate him from the game.
  • Then, if you eliminate one player, one of the things that happens is you just create more space around somebody else.
  • And it doesn't matter if Messi has space around him or not.
  • He can invent space and he can find a way to score a goal.
  • Yeah, which he showed that against the Red Bulls, just like stabbing people around him.
  • And against Nashville.
  • There were six players around him when he scored.
  • He is a cheat code.
  • What I will say, though, is obviously everyone's looking.
  • Are you going to arrest Messi?
  • No, they're not.
  • OK, because the reality of it is there's still a bottom of the table team in MLS and they need to make up a lot of leeway.
  • And you're at home.
  • 11 games to make up that.
  • So, you know what?
  • They've got three in them.
  • He'll play.
  • He'll play.
  • Will he start?
  • Yes, he'll start.
  • I don't think he will.
  • And the reason why is Zimmerman is still injured.
  • Walker Zimmerman is still injured.
  • That's the focal point of your defense.
  • I honestly don't think you even need Messi for a full 90 minutes in order to beat Nashville if they don't have Walker Zimmerman.
  • I do hope that they play the 4-3-3, though.
  • And not the three back that Tata has been playing with.
  • I understand they're getting these U-22 players.
  • They're trying to bring them into the mix.
  • It didn't look convincing the times that we saw.
  • It's a very defensive look.
  • They've been on the front foot for so much of the time with these new players in.
  • I would like to see them in that 4-3-3 going at this Nashville squad, especially at home.
  • You know, this is a different drive-thruing stadium now that Messi and company are there.
  • It is a hard place to play.
  • I'd like to see Messi start, play 45-60 minutes, see if he can get a good lead because Walker Zimmerman's not in the game.
  • And be more on the front foot as opposed to, like, because I think Messi's going to want to play.
  • I think so.
  • I agree with you.
  • And I will say, if somehow Nashville wins this, we might see the beginning of a new rivalry.
  • Yeah, which I think would be pretty interesting.
  • Also, Nashville, they started out the season really, really well.
  • And they've always been sort of in and around that top four.
  • And they've dropped down a little bit.
  • And I think that this could be a really big statement game because I think that they are absolutely a playoff team.
  • But they want to have, you know what it's like at the end of the season in MLS.
  • You want to get that momentum.
  • You need to have a good stretch of games as you head into the postseason.
  • And so for Nashville, I think they're going to be looking at this match to kind of get themselves going again.
  • Miami defensively hasn't been solid.
  • And Nashville gets Jacob Shackelberg back, who has been a really good way.
  • He's been able to unlock defenses.
  • So I do think it's going to be a little bit different of a game than it was last time.