HUGE UPSETS: Amazing celebrity suffers “muscle fatigue” as Atlanta shocks the team..

Lionel Messi, the standout player for Inter Miami, is now battling “muscle fatigue,” according to the coach of the team, Gerardo ‘Tata’ Martino.

Miami lost to Atlanta United 5-2, ending their chances of making the playoffs. Messi was noticeably missing from the pitch.

Martino emphasised the significance of putting Messi’s health, 36, before his return to play. He claimed that fielding the Argentine superstar in the Atlanta game would have been “very reckless.”

Martino is mostly focused on getting his side ready for the upcoming US Open Cup final on September 27, where Miami will meet Houston in an attempt to win their second championship of the year.

Martino stated, “They will train tomorrow (Sunday), and we will see day by day,” in reference to Messi’s recuperation. Nothing alters our assessment of Messi’s training programme. We are not in a rush.

Messi’s readiness is ensured by the cautious approach without endangering his health.

Miami will play Toronto in their following MLS match; Toronto is the only team in the Eastern Conference rankings that is below Miami. Martino emphasised that there should be no unnecessary pressure to accelerate Messi’s return to the pitch; rather, it should rely on his confidence and general well-being.

Miami’s impressive 12-game unbeaten record in all competitions since the acquisition of Messi and the Spanish trio of Jordi Alba and Sergio Busquets in July was broken by the team’s most recent loss to Atlanta United.

The loss has made it more difficult for Miami to qualify for the playoffs by securing a top-nine place in the Eastern Conference.

Martino is unwavering in his quest to win the US Open Cup despite this setback.

“There will be just one game in the championship. Going for a title is highly alluring, he said. Martino’s sights are fully fixed on the forthcoming Cup final on July 27, even though the playoff race is still on their radar.

Additionally, Lionel Messi sat out of Argentina’s most recent World Cup qualifying match against Bolivia, cheering on his teammates from the sidelines in La Paz on Tuesday.

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