Goals and Highlights: Minnesota United 1-1 LAFC in MLS 2022
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10:07 PM3 months ago

Summary

9:03 PM3 months ago

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9:02 PM3 months ago

Game over

The referee whistles the end of the game, the match ends in a draw.
8:58 PM3 months ago

90'

5 minutes of compensation are added.
8:48 PM3 months ago

80'

Minnesota plays long positions to cool down LAFC who had several dangerous attacks.
8:40 PM3 months ago

Second Goal

Carlos Vela from outside the area hits him with his left leg and scores.
8:37 PM3 months ago

64'

LAFC goal!
8:28 PM3 months ago

60'

Minnesota keeps up pressure all over the field looking for a defensive error.
8:19 PM3 months ago

First Goal

Brent Kallman scores the first goal of the game with his head.
8:16 PM3 months ago

46'

The second time begins.
7:57 PM3 months ago

Halftime

The teams go to rest and the score is Minnesota United 1-0 LAFC.
7:55 PM3 months ago

45'

3 minutes of compensation are added.
7:54 PM3 months ago

44'

Minnesota United goal!
7:46 PM3 months ago

37'

First yellow card of the game and it goes to LAFC player Cristian Arango.
7:42 PM3 months ago

32'

Minnesota puts pressure on the whole court, looking to score the first goal of the game.
7:34 PM3 months ago

25'

Pause to hydrate the players.
7:29 PM3 months ago

20'

First corner kick of the game for LAFC.
7:25 PM3 months ago

14'

Very even game, no team dominates the game and we are still waiting for the first goal of the game.
7:16 PM3 months ago

7'

Tight game in midfield, both teams looking for their first scoring opportunities.
7:14 PM3 months ago

0'

The match begins, both teams will seek to stay with the victory.
6:48 PM3 months ago

Substitutes

These are the players who will be on the bench:

LAFC: Giorgio Chiellini, Antonio Leone, Sebastián Méndez, Cristian Tello, John McCarthy, Kwadwo Opoku and José Cifuentes.

 

Minnesota United: Abu Danladi, Niko Hansen, Joseph Rosales, Eric Dick, Oniel Fisher, Tyler Miller, Nabilai Kibunguchy, Jonathan Gonzalez and Alan Benitez.

6:43 PM3 months ago

Minnesota United lineup

These are the eleven players who start the match:
6:38 PM3 months ago

LAFC lineup

These are the eleven players who start the match:
6:33 PM3 months ago

Referees

The referee designation for today's game is as follows:

Referee: Timothy Ford.
Assistant Referee 1: Kathryn Nesbitt.
Assistant Referee 2: Kevin Lock.
Fourth referee: Silviu Petrescu.
VAR: Allen Chapman.
VAR Assistant: Fabio Tovar.

6:28 PM3 months ago

Battle for victory

A big game is coming up between these two Western Conference teams. Do not take off and then we share the statistics of both teams in the MLS.
ESPN
ESPN
6:23 PM3 months ago

Last showdown!

The last time these two teams met was on May 1, 2022 and on that occasion LAFC won 2-0 at Banc of California Stadium. That confrontation was full of fouls, yellow cards, corner kicks and many goals that we hope will be repeated today.
6:18 PM3 months ago

History between both teams

Minnesota United and LAFC have met several times, of the last 5 games there were two draws, LAFC won one game and in the other game the winner was Minnesota.
6:13 PM3 months ago

Arrival LAFC

The LA team is already in the stadium and they are ready for today's game.
6:08 PM3 months ago

Welcome!

We're just under an hour before the Minnesota United vs. LAFC game kicks off at Allianz Field. Both teams will go out in search of victory. Who will make it tonight? Follow our coverage on VAVEL.
6:03 PM3 months ago

Tune in here Minnesota United vs LAFC Live Score

Do not miss a detail of the match with the live updates and commentaries of VAVEL. Follow along with us all the details, commentaries, analysis and lineups for this Minnesota United vs LAFC match for the MLS.
5:58 PM3 months ago

What time is the Minnesota United vs LAFC match for MLS 2022?

This is the start time of the game Minnesota United vs LAFC of September 13th in several countries:

Argentina: 9:00 PM on Star+.
Bolivia: 8:00 PM on Star+.
Brazil: 9:00 PM on DAZN.
Chile: 9:00 PM on Star+.
Colombia: 7:00 PM on Star+.
Ecuador: 7:00 PM on Star+.
United States (ET): 8:00 PM on ESPN+.
Spain: 2:00 AM on DAZN.
Mexico: 7:00 PM on Star+.
Paraguay: 9:00 PM on Star+.
Peru: 8:00 PM on Star+.
Uruguay: 7:00 PM on Star+.

5:53 PM3 months ago

Minnesota United LatestLineup

These were the eleven players who started last game:
Dayne St. Clair, Brent Kallman, Kemar Lawrence, Michael Boxall, D.J. Taylor, Alan Benítez, Wil Trapp, Kervin Arriaga, Robin Lod, Luis Amarilla and Mender García.
5:48 PM3 months ago

LAFC Latest Lineup

These were the eleven players who started last game:
Maxime Crépeau, Giorgio Chiellini, Jesús Murillo, Diego Palacios, Ryan Hollingshead, Ilie Sánchez, José Cifuentes, Latif Blessing, Cristian Arango, Denis Bouanga and Carlos Vela.
5:43 PM3 months ago

Minnesota United Players to Watch

Midfielder Emanuel Reynoso (#10) is a fundamental piece of Minnesota's offense by scoring a goal in the last game against Austin and is the team's leading scorer in the tournament with 10 goals in 26 games played. Another key player for the team is forward Bongokuhle Hlongwane (#21) who is the team's second-highest assister with 4 assists in 29 games played and is a fundamental piece in generating dangerous plays for Minnesota. He also has 2 goals scored so we could also see him score in Tuesday's game. Lastly, Luis Amarilla (#9) plays in the forward position, he is the team's second highest scorer, he has scored 9 goals during the tournament and has also had 4 assists making him the team's third highest assister. All three players are considered key to Minnesota United's offensive attack and will be of paramount importance if they are to win.
5:38 PM3 months ago

Minnesota United in the tournament

Minnesota United has had a good start to the season in Major League Soccer, is at the top of the tournament. Until week 30 of the tournament they have a total of 44 points with 13 wins, 5 draws and 12 losses. They are located in the sixth position of the western conference and if they want to steal fifth place from the Timbers they will have to win the game. In their last MLS game, they lost 1-0 to the Portland Timbers at Providence Park. They arrive as the favorites to win this game, because of the incredible team they have and the good time they are going through. They also have an advantage when playing at home and that their fans can support them.
Minnesota United
Minnesota United
5:33 PM3 months ago

LAFC Players to Watch

The next three players are considered key to LAFC's offensive attack and any one of them is likely to score in the game against Minnesota United. Mexican player Carlos Vela (#10) is the team's creative, his ability to control the ball and generate plays have been of great value to his team. He is the leader of the team, in 28 games played he has achieved 8 goals and 9 assists, this makes him the second highest scorer and the highest assister of the team. Forward Cristian Arango (#9) is another game distributor on the pitch that is of the utmost importance, he is the team's top scorer, he has generated 16 goals and 4 assists. Finally, the 23-year-old midfielder José Cifuentes (#11) who is the team's third highest scorer with 7 goals in 29 games played and the second highest assister with 7 assists. He will add a lot to LAFC's attack on set pieces and he's also a great defender.
5:28 PM3 months ago

LAFC in the tournament

The Los Angeles team is at the top of the tournament, after 19 wins, 3 draws and 8 losses, they have 60 points in the general table that puts them in first position in the Western Conference. They have had an amazing start to the season, hopefully they can keep up the same pace throughout the tournament and advance to the postseason. The novelty of the team is the arrival of Welsh striker Gareth Bale to the team, on Saturday, June 25, his arrival to the team was announced and his experience could favor the LAFC forward. Their last game resulted in a 2-1 loss to FC Dallas at Toyota Stadium, recording their eighth loss of the tournament. They arrive as the underdogs to win this game, but they could cause an upset and win.
LAFC
LAFC
5:23 PM3 months ago

The stadium

The Allianz Field is located in the city of Minnesota, United States. It will be the venue for this match, it has a capacity of 19,400 spectators and it was inaugurated on April 13, 2019. It is the home of the Minnesota United of Major League Soccer and it cost 200 million dollars.
Wikipedia
Wikipedia
5:18 PM3 months ago

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