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Inter Miami vs Cincinnati live: what time do they play and where to watch it on MLS

Inter Miami vs Cincinnati live will face each other this Saturday, October 7, 2023 for date 32 of Major League Soccer at the DRV PNK Stadium. The match will be broadcast on Apple TV and MLS Pass signals. Find out what time they play, possible lineups and more about this important commitment. Likewise, in El Comercio you will find the minute by minute with all the incidents in real time.

WHEN DOES INTER MIAMI PLAY VS. CINCINNATI

The duel for date 32 of Major League Soccer between Inter Miami vs Cincinnati will be played this Saturday, October 7, 2023 at the DRV PNK stadium.

WHAT TIME DOES INTER MIAMI VS CINCINNATI PLAY?

The match between Inter Miami vs Cincinnati is scheduled to be played starting at 6:30 p.m. (Peruvian time). We leave you the schedules of other countries so you don’t miss this important match.

  • Mexico: 5:30 p.m.
  • Ecuador: 6:30 p.m.
  • Colombia: 6:30 p.m.
  • Bolivia: 7:30 p.m.
  • Venezuela: 7:30 p.m.
  • Chile: 7:30 p.m.
  • Argentina: 8:30 p.m.
  • Paraguay: 8:30 p.m.
  • Uruguay: 8:30 p.m.
  • Brazil: 8:30 p.m.

WHAT CHANNEL DO THEY TRANSMIT ON? INTER MIAMI VS CINCINNATI

The match between Inter Miami vs Cincinnati on date 32 of Major League Soccer will be broadcast on Apple TV signals. Also, you can follow the minute by minute on the DT El Comercio website.

WHERE TO WATCH INTER MIAMI VS CINCINNATI VIA STREAMING

In order to watch the online broadcast of the match between Inter Miami vs Cincinnati online via free streaming, you will have to create an MLS Pass account.

Preview, Inter Miami vs Cincinnati

With Lionel Messi’s third loss in a row, Inter Miami started an agonizing 1-1 draw against New York City FC on Saturday with a goal in injury time from Argentine Tomás Avilés and continues dreaming of the difficult qualification for the MLS playoffs.

Inter conceded the first goal in the 77th minute in a great action by Uruguayan Santi Rodríguez that silenced the stands of the DRV PNK stadium in Fort Lauderdale (outside of Miami).

The young central defender Tomás Avilés managed to equalize at 90+5 with a header from a corner and Inter could even take the three points with a shot against the crossbar by Honduran David Ruiz two minutes later.

With this tie, Inter occupies thirteenth place in the Eastern Conference with 33 points, four behind Montreal, which holds ninth position, the last one that gives access to the playoffs.

The team led by Gerardo Martino has four games left to play in this regular phase, one more than Montreal, but there are many doubts as to whether it will be able to recover Messi and the Spanish Jordi Alba, injured in the hamstring, for its comeback attempt.

The Argentine star already missed last day and also the US Open Cup final on Wednesday that Inter lost to Houston Dynamo.

The physical condition of the 36-year-old star from Rosario is still surrounded by mystery. ‘Tata’ Martino has assured that he does not suffer any injuries and attributed his problems to discomfort due to the scar from an old injury in his right leg.

This Saturday, Martino insisted that Messi has a chance to return before the end of the season and said that he is feeling an improvement in his condition.

“We go game after game, if we didn’t take risks for a final, much less now. If (on Wednesday) against Chicago we take risks, he will be left out,” he advanced.

“He is training on the field, differentiated from the group but he feels better and better,” explained the coach. “I can’t say today that he is out of the Chicago game because he trains better and better.”

“I am the most interested in Leo and Jordi being well but unfortunately we cannot count on them in the most important part of the season,” Martino stressed, lamenting his team’s heavy load of matches in the last two months.

The strategist also confirmed contacts for the celebration of a friendly at the beginning of next year between Inter and Newell’s Old Boys, Messi’s childhood team.

“I understand that there are great chances (but) they had to look at the issue of the dates because it coincided a little with the start of the Argentine league,” he explained.

– Centimeters away from victory –

Messi and Alba followed the clash from one of the boxes at the foot of the grass, once again full of figures such as former NBA star Emanuel Ginobili.

At the start of the match, delayed for an hour due to rain, New York City put Inter’s defense in serious trouble even though Martino tried to protect it by placing five defenders.

Fortune then smiled on Miami as Algerian striker Mounsef Bakrar finished off three clear opportunities with just 25 minutes of play.

After the break, a more energetic Inter took control of the midfield but the visitors surprised them in an action that started with a long ball at the feet of Rodríguez.

The former Nacional player entered the area and looked for a space between three defenders to launch a powerful whip into the net.

The defeat sank Inter into penultimate place, which did not throw in the towel and reached the tie with a header from ‘Toto’ Avilés from a corner taken by Robert Taylor.

With two minutes left, the locals went for the win and Ruiz came close to achieving it with a powerful shot that hit the crossbar and bounced centimeters from the New York goal line.

– FC Cincinnati wins ‘Supporters Shield’ –

In other results, FC Cincinnati defeated Toronto FC 3-2 and was guaranteed to finish first in the regular phase, an achievement that grants the award known as the ‘Supporters Shield’ and guarantees playing at home in the playoffs.

The American team, incorporated into the MLS in 2019, thus inaugurated its showcase of titles after finishing in last place overall in its first three campaigns.

The Mexican-American Brandon Vázquez scored a double in the victory of FC Cincinnati, whose absolute leader was the Argentine Luciano Acosta, the tournament’s top scorer with 15 goals and one of the favorites for the MVP award.

Source: Elcomercio

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