The newcomer to Inter Miami and World Cup champion Argentina has missed his last two MLS games, but today he played only 36 minutes and left the field due to injury, Bobby Taylor came in to replace him. Despite his departure, Tata Martino’s team beat Toronto 4-0 with goals from Facundo Farías, Robert Taylor (2 goals) and Benjamin Cremaschi. You followed live on the signal via Apple TV and MLS Season Pass.
How to watch Inter Miami vs. Toronto FC
|How to watch - Inter Miami vs. Toronto FC||All you need to know|
|How to watch and stream||Apple TV - MLS Season Pass|
|When||Wednesday, September 20 | 7:30 pm ET/4:30 pm PT|
|Where||DRV PNK Stadium | Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
Inter Miami Facts
- Previous Record: 5-2 loss at Atlanta United
- Record: 8W-15L-4D, 28 points
- Ranking: 14th in the Eastern Conference
Gerardo Martino implied that Inter Miami is very focused on lifting a second trophy as they host the US Open Cup final on Sept. 27 against Houston Dynamo FC. But the Herons are also not ruling out postseason contention, and are now seven points out of the ninth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference with seven games remaining.
Projections say they will need 15 points out of the remaining 21, creating slim margins as they prepare for Decision Day (Oct. 21).
|September, 2023||Inter Miami 3-2 Kansas City|
|September, 2023||Los Angeles 1-3 Inter Miami|
|August, 2023||Inter Miami 0-0 Nashville|
|August, 2023||NY Red Bulls 0-2 Inter Miami|
|August, 2023||Cincinnati 3-3 Inter Miami|
Toronto FC Facts
- Previous result: 2-1 loss vs. Vancouver Whitecaps FC
- Record: 4W-14L-10D, 22 points
- Ranking: 15th in the Eastern Conference
The Reds could be eliminated from playoff contention. Little has gone according to plan in 2023 for the big-spending club, which parted ways with Bob Bradley at the end of June and has been led by interim coach Terry Dunfield.
One of the most relevant changes at Toronto FC is the addition of Canadian men’s national team coach John Herdman to lead what will likely be a revamped team in 2024. Herdman won’t formally take over until October 1, so the trips to Messi and company are a chance for the players to impress.
|August, 2023||Toronto 3-1 Philadelphia|
|August, 2023||Columbus 2-0 Toronto|
|August, 2023||Toronto 2-3 Montreal|
|July, 2023||Toronto 0-1 Atlas|
|July, 2023||NY City 5-0 Toronto|
Inter Miami vs Toronto FC, lineups
- Inter Miami: Drake Callender; DeAndre Yedlin, Tomás Avilés, Sergey Krivtsov, Jordi Alba; Benjamín Cremaschi, Sergio Busquets, Dixon Arroyo; Lionel Messi, Josef Martínez and Robert Taylor. DT: Gerardo Martino.
- Toronto FC: Tomás Romero; Kobe Franklin, Sigurd Rosted, Michael Bradley, Raoul Petretta; Jonathan Osorio, Alonso Coello, Franco Ibarra; Federico Bernardeschi, Lorenzo Insigne and Deandre Kerr. DT: Terry Dunfield.