Minnesota United Keep Unbeaten Home Streak Alive Last Saturday
Posted by Travis Bridell on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 at 12:00 AM By Travis Bridell / September 10, 2014 Comment
league’s leaderboard. In the first half’s stoppage time, United took away a Tampa Bay opportunity on a free kick. The entire half went as usual for Minnesota, with their attacks coming harder and more frequently than their opponent.
"There was a lot of different ways we could've finished this game off and we didn't quite do it," said fifth-year United coach, Manny Lagos. "It's been three frustrating games, and two where we played really good soccer and haven't gotten three points. I'm proud of how the guys played, the effort they put in, and just the fight overall."Minnesota had chance after chance -- one foot could have changed their fate. Ramirez went wide left in both the 34th and 68th minutes. After the Rowdies’ goal, United pushed to break the tie, but several opportunities slipped away. tickets available. Photos by: Travis Bridell