“They are the games that one likes to play”: Luis Suárez recognizes Rayados as “a powerful rival” – La Opinion

“They are the games that one likes to play”: Luis Suárez recognizes Rayados as “a powerful rival” – La Opinion

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Luis Suarezfront of Inter Miamideclared that this Wednesday he envisions a complicated duel against Rayados de Monterrey in the first leg of the quarterfinals of the Concacaf Champions Cupalso known as “Concachampions”.

In a press conference prior to the duel, the Uruguayan assured that against this rival it will not be enough for his team to have great figures, but that they will have to work hard as a team to be able to emerge with the victory.

These are the games that one likes to play, in which the team has to show what it is for. It’s a key game tomorrow. It’s not enough for us to just have names of players. You have to show it on the field“said the Uruguayan attacker.

“El Pistolero” continued and acknowledged that on Wednesday at Chase Stadium they will face a great synod, which will be a great test for them.

“Our attitude is going to be to demonstrate it in 180 minutes against a rival as powerful as Monterrey, what’s wrong with it players of great quality, it is a nice challenge for us and to see what Inter is for this season,” he concluded.

Lionel Messi, in doubt for the match

The big question for the match is whether its top star, Lionel Messi, will be ready for the match, after being absent from the last MLS matches due to muscle injuries.

However, Suárez thinks that “obviously it makes a difference on the field,” but in case Leo cannot participate, the team will still seek victory.

“And if it is there, obviously enjoy it and make the most of it,” he said.

They studied Rayados de Monterrey well

Suárez hinted that they have been working on the game before taking the field and that they know their rival well.

We know what their strengths are, but we also know what their weaknesses are. So we will try to approach the game based on what the coach tells us and try to be prepared for a very difficult game in a competition that gives me a lot of hope,” he said.

Finally, the Uruguayan praised the team of the Liga MX, highlighting Sergio Canales, player who has a past in Spanish football, where he played for Real Madrid, Valencia and Betis, among others.

“He has players who are at a good level, who have been for national teams. It is a team that It has a number 10 (Channels) that makes a lot of difference. He played many years in Europe and in large teams. That makes him a very intelligent player,” he concluded.

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