CBS4's Mike Cugno reports club's head coach wasn't happy with the officiating.
CARLY: Well, Inter Miami CF welcomed the Atlanta United to the Drive Pink Stadium today. And though they didn't win, they also didn't let the other team come out on top. And there was a controversial moment. So let's welcome CBS 4's Mike Cugno. He's standing by with all the highlights for us. Mike?
MIKE CUGNO: Yeah, Carly. Inter Miami comes away with a Mother's Day draw and point in the standings for the third straight match. But this is one the Herons probably should have won. Miami hosting Atlanta United, and despite plenty of chances in the first 45 minutes, it was Atlanta who would strike first.
Josef Martinez with a quick turnaround to beat John McCarthy, 1-0. Now Miami wouldn't break through until the 77th minute. Watch this run from Lewis Morgan. Left foot, back of the net, game tied at 1.
Now here is where things would get controversial. Victor Ulloa's first shot gets blocked by goalie Brad Guzan. He follows the rebound, but Guzan trips him up. Should have been a penalty, but no calls made. It was clear as day, but this game ends in a 1-1 draw.
Now there isn't a whole lot of time to be upset. Inter Miami back on the pitch Wednesday hosting Montreal. Will carry that game-- we'll carry that game on our sister station, My TV 33. Head coach Phil Neville was not happy with the officiating in today's game. We'll hear from him later in sports. Carly, back to you.
CARLY: Thanks, Mike.