Fernando Ortiz is worried about Lionel Messi and the entire Inter Miami – La Opinion

Fernando Ortiz is worried about Lionel Messi and the entire Inter Miami – La Opinion

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Rayados de Monterrey continues with its firm step in the Concacaf Champions League. The Mexican team beat Cincinnati FC in their two games and now will face Inter Miami. Fernando Ortiz already offered his considerations about this match for a place in the semifinals of the Concachampions.

Tano Ortiz acknowledged his concern about this duel. Far from focusing all his attention on Lionel Messia footballer who for him is the best player in the world, Ortiz highlighted the importance of the other danger pieces of the American team. Inter Miami is not just Messi.

I think facing Inter Miami is very important with instruction. The best player in the world plays for me within that institution. The day we set foot in Miami, I’m going to want to win and the players are going to want to win. That’s the idea. I lower those players, the place where we are going to play is going to be the place where we are going to want to win. That’s something I told you at the beginning. It’s good that we are going to face him but I am worried about all of Miami, not just Messi,” Ortiz said at a press conference.

In this sense, the coach of Rayados de Monterrey highlighted the greatness of his team and the responsibility they have to propose in the series. The Mexican team will not defend itself in the United States. As with Cincinnati, they will look for victory.

“For sure yes. We are not going to go to Miami to speculate to see what happens when we return. I don’t like. We are not like that. We are a very large institution of Mexican soccer and we will have to go for the victory in Miami and be able to close the campaign”he added.

Enjoy the victory with Cincinnati

Rayados de Monterrey beat Cincinnati, one of the most prominent clubs in Major League Soccer. ANDThe overall tie ended 3-1. The Aztec team never lost control of the key.

“We knew how to manage the game. hThey played a very intelligent game. Feelings that we passed the round. A rival is also coming who is very difficult, very powerful. I told them to enjoy until today because tomorrow we have to start the pass”, he concluded.

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