Minnesota United FC still looking for answers on offense

June 10, 2019 07:08 PM

After losing to Colorado 1-0 nothing over the weekend in Denver, Minnesota United FC is trying to find any kind of offense they can.

"We need to find some production out of our guys, it's that simple. I know we're a little banged up with bumps and bruises. However we need to generate some goals so we can help out our defense a bit," said MNUFC coach Adrian Heath.


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MNUFC defender Chase Gasper made his MLS debut for the Loons, as he logged 33 minutes against the Colorado Rapids.

"I've been waiting a long time for this day to come. To finally get into the game was an absolute thrill. I must admit when my number was called I was a little nervous knowing I had to go in there and produce, but I know that's natural and the way I played I feel the more I play the better I'll get," said Gasper.

Minnesota United FC will play Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday at Allianz Field in St. Paul at 7:00 p.m.

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