Minnesota United – FC Dallas: One goal makes the difference as Minnesota ease past Dallas

This result takes Adrian Heath's team to 6 points in the competition
Dave Conor

Dave Conor

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On Sunday, FC Dallas suffer an away defeat to Minnesota United at Allianz Field. As the table looks today, Minnesota are in 10th place on the table and has 6 points while Dallas sit in 12th with 5 points after 7 matches.

After an un-eventful first half, Minnesota piled on the pressure in the second and were rewarded, with Lod giving The Loons the lead just before the final whistle. When the final wisthle blew, the result was 1-0 to Minnesota.

Both managers used allfull available substitutions. For Minnesota, Ábila and Hayes, came on for Finlay and Reynoso, Dallas brought on Schön, Pepi, Sealy and Pomykal, to replace Eddie Munjoma, Jara, Obrián and Ricaurte.

There were bookings for Trapp from Minnesota. For Dallas, Ricaurte and Jara saw yellow.

Technical card:
Minnesota United: Miller, Kallman, Boxall, Chase Gasper, Métanire, Trapp, Gregus, Reynoso (Hayes, min.96), Finlay (Ábila, min.64), Dotson and Lod
FC Dallas: Phelipe, Hedges, Martínez, Bressan, Tessmann, Acosta, Eddie Munjoma (Schön, min.66), Hollingshead, Obrián (Sealy, min.79), Ricaurte (Pomykal, min.79) and Jara (Pepi, min.72)
Stadium: Allianz Field
Goals: Lod (1-0, min. 95)

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