Tangana in Miami with Messi, Súarez, Jordi Alba and Martino as protagonists

Tangana in Miami with Messi, Súarez, Jordi Alba and Martino as protagonists

Tangana in Miami with Messi, Súarez, Jordi Alba and Martino as protagonists

The first leg of the Champions League of the Concacaf, known as Concachampionsand in which Rayados de Monterrey they came back against him Inter Miami (1-2), ended in trouble. This is what the journalist from ‘Fox Sports’, Fernando Schwartzwho assured that at the end of the crash Leo Messi (who did not play due to injury and was in the stands), Luis Suárez, Jordi Alba and ‘Tata’ Martino They first went to complain to the referee of the collision and later ended up confronting the coach of the Mexican team, ‘Tano’ Ortizand his assistant, Nico Sanchez.

“In the locker room the big deal was made. Martino, Messi, Suárez and Alba They went to the referee to complain to him and then, outside the locker room Linedthey were looking for anger and to intimidate the Tano Ortiz for his previous statements that arbitration could favor the MLS. Messi He also faced Nico Sánchez. Rayados asked CONCACAF to take note and report,” the journalist explained.

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The origin of the conflict

Apparently, the conflict arises from statements by the ‘Tano’ Ortiz before the match in which he said: “I hope our players understand that Messi is just another player, because then comes the other thing: the referee, the framework, the people, Lionel that perhaps today he is more aware of what is happening and doesn’t play as much. Everything that surrounds Messimay have sporting and non-sporting decisions, was I clear?”

And he added that “it is obvious that I am concerned about the environment. I don’t know if it could harm Monterrey as such, but the business is going to be there. We know that the business is not on the side of MontereyWe all know that, I’m not saying something that we don’t all know. I share it? No?”.



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