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On which channel do Inter Miami vs Dallas play for Leagues Cup?

On which channel do Inter Miami vs Dallas play for Leagues Cup?

On which channel do Inter Miami vs Dallas play for Leagues Cup?

This Sunday, August 6, starting at 8:30 p.m. (Peruvian time), Inter Miami and Dallas will face each other for a place in the quarterfinals of the Leagues Cup. Below, find out on which channels and where to watch the game online at alive. Remember that Lionel Messi will start for the pink team, the Argentine came to North America to revolutionize football in the region.

What channel broadcasts Inter Miami vs. Dallas?

The match between the round of 32 of the Leagues Cup between Inter Milan vs. Orlando City will be broadcast exclusively on the Apple TV signal with MLS Pass. Also, in El Comercio you can live minute by minute in real time.

Where to watch Inter Miami vs. dallas online?

So you can watch the online transmission of the Miami classic between Inter Miami vs. Orlando City you will need to create an account on Apple TV in MLS Pass.

Lionel Messi’s party in Miami continues. Inter qualified for the round of 16 of the Leagues Cup this Wednesday by beating Orlando City 3-1, in the first Florida derby for the Argentine star, who scored his second consecutive double.

From goal to goal – he already has five in three games-, Messi has already become the undisputed idol of a fan base that now dreams of winning this tournament played by the MLS teams (United States and Canada) and the Mexican league.

The game started in the best way for Inter Miami. Sergio Busquets commanded in midfield, the team played patiently and the only thing missing was for Messi to come into play more.

The Flea was not long in appearing. In the 6th minute, Robert Taylor received the ball from the left, faced the opposite side, accelerated towards the center and saw Messi uncheck in the area. The winger gave a brilliant, chopped pass over the defense, which the Argentine captain finished off into the net.

The 20,000 spectators at the DRV PNK in Fort Lauderdale, north of Miami, were already rubbing their hands at another possible display of their star.

It seemed a matter of time before Inter’s second goal would arrive, when Orlando City, deprived of balls until now, equalized in an isolated play.

Uruguayan midfielder César Araújo scored from a low shot after goalkeeper Drake Callender parried a fine shot from Colombian Iván Angulo.

Orlando’s goal upset Inter’s game, which for a few minutes multiplied bad passes and turnovers, including Messi. The number 10, frustrated by the marking of his rivals, earned his first yellow card in the United States with a push on an opponent.

After protesting several rival entries, Rosario’s genius returned to focus on the game and was about to put his team ahead again with two clear chances before the break.

Inter’s second goal came just after the interval. The referee punished Josef Martínez with a severe penalty for a slight grab by defender Antonio Carlos in the area. The Venezuelan forward transformed it without trembling.

For the Orlando coach, the Colombian Óscar Pareja, the foul did not exist.

“Things have to be fair and what happened on the pitch today was not like that,” he complained at a press conference after the match. “I want to emphasize that because they are game circumstances that are controllable now, because they have a VAR to go see, but that didn’t even happen,” she added.

This time Orlando did not raise its head again. Opposite, Busquets and Messi controlled the game, gave it pause and meaning.

The two former Barcelona players received the reinforcement of another teammate from the golden age of the Spanish club: Jordi Alba.

The Spanish left-back, briefly introduced before the game, enjoyed just over half an hour in their first meeting, in which he could barely shine.

The victory already seemed clear for Inter Miami, but Messi was in charge of avoiding scares. After a good collective move, Josef Martínez received in the area, raised his head and left the Argentine star alone before the rival goalkeeper. La Pulga did not miss with the right hand and sealed another good game to increase his winning streak in Florida. Three out of three.

“It’s no longer surprising. [Messi] He does it every day, every game. It is outrageous (…) and after so many years without playing together today we have finally played again,” the Spaniard told Apple TV after the game.

With this Wednesday’s victory, Inter advances in a competition that offers Messi an early opportunity to fight for his first club title outside of European football.

This summer competition provides three tickets for the 2024 Concacaf Champions Cup, the access route to the Club World Cup, and looks like a more promising option than MLS, where Inter is last classified, has 11 games without winning and has a long way to go to reach the playoffs.

Source: Elcomercio

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