Inter Miami CF 0-1 CF Montreal; Five losses in a row for Phill Neville's side
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Inter Miami may have three of the best players in Major League Soccer with Gonzalo Higuaín, Rodolfo Pizarro and Blaise Matuidi, but unfortunately for them, their impact on the pitch has been far from expected.

Miami’s losing streak has extended, as Phil Neville’s side fell 0-1 against CF Montreal at the Red Bull Arena in Harrison, New Jersey.

Mathieu Choinière’s lone-goal gave the Canadians the win, and handed Inter their seventh loss of the season in 11 games played.

Djordje Mihailovic and Choinière were by far the most impressive players from Montreal, creating multiple opportunities for the host team.

Argentinian Gonzalo Higuaín had the best chance of the game for Miami in the 88th. minute, but his shot was was saved by Montreal’s keeper. 

“We’re obviously disappointed. We’ve lost five straight games and that is unacceptable. We know what we have to do now. We have to attack the rest of the season. It’s win time now,” said head coach Phil Neville.

“We’ve got to make sure that we are better at both ends of the pitch. Ultimately, Montréal was better than us in both boxes and that’s why we must be better.

The players have to deliver, that’s what the demand will be. We are losing too many games and we now need to stand up to make sure we are better.”