Minnesota United FC Tries To Build On It's Recent Success

May 30, 2017 02:21 PM

Christian Ramirez gave Minnesota United FC a much needed boost when he scored the lone goal in a 1-0 win over Orlando City SC last Saturday.

"The most important part of the win is the three points, we needed them and got them, now it's time to move onto Sporting Kansas City," said Christian Ramirez.

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The Loons took down Sporting Kansas City back on May 7th 2-0 at TCF Bank Stadium, now Minnesota United FC will play back to back games on the road against SKC.

"We won't need to watch a lot of video. We'll just sharpen up a few things and get set to face another talented opponent," said Adrian Heath.

"It's going to be tough. Sporting Kansas City is a good team and are in first place. Their fans are right on top of the field and makes it a fun atmosphere to play in," Ramirez adds.

***To see extended interviews from Adrian Heath, Christian Ramirez and Brent Kallman, CLICK THE VIDEO BOX.

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Jeff Brioschi

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