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Minnesota United vs. Seattle Sounders: Highlights, stats and quotes

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Minnesota snaps Sounders’ unbeaten streak.

At long last, the Seattle Sounders have succumbed to defeat. Their 1-0 loss to Minnesota United on Sunday was their first regular-season loss since Nov. 1, 2020, a span of 15 games. Up until the 81st minute, it looked like the Sounders may extend it another game, but Robin Lod got on the end of a cross to give Minnesota the lead.

MATCH SUMMARY

Seattle Sounders FC 0 – Minnesota United FC 1

Sunday, July 18, 2021

Venue: Allianz Field

Referee: Alan Kelly

Assistants: Eric Weisbrod, Jeremy Kieso

Fourth Official: Matthew Thompson

VAR: Kevin Terry Jr.

Attendance: 19,679

Weather: 86 degrees and sunny

SCORING SUMMARY

MIN – Robin Lod (Niko Hansen, Emanuel Reynoso) 81’

MISCONDUCT SUMMARY

SEA – Danny Leyva (caution) 13’

SEA – Yeimar (caution) 18’

MIN – Emanuel Reynoso (caution) 64’

SEA – Xavier Arreaga (caution) 64’

LINEUPS & STATS

Seattle Sounders FC – Stefan Cleveland; Xavier Arreaga, Brad Smith (Josh Atencio 69’), Yeimar, Abdoulaye Cissoko (Ethan Dobbelaere 86’); João Paulo, Kelyn Rowe, Danny Leyva (Sam Adeniran 85’), Jimmy Medranda; Fredy Montero, Raúl Ruidíaz

Substitutes not used: Spencer Richey, Reed Baker-Whiting, Andrew Thomas, Obed Vargas

Total shots: 9

Shots on goal: 4

Fouls: 14

Offside: 3

Corner-kicks: 1

Saves: 1

Minnesota United FC – Tyler Miller; Bakaye Dibassy, Brent Kallman, Chase Gasper; Franco Fragapane (Ethan Finlay 86’), Emanuel Reynoso (Osvaldo Alonso 86’), Robin Lod, Wil Trapp, DJ Taylor, Hassani Dotson; Adrien Hunou (Niko Hansen 74’)

Substitutes not used: Adrian Zendejas, Jacori Hayes, Jan Gregus, Juan Agudelo, Jukka Raitala, Justin McMaster

Total shots: 11

Shots on goal: 2

Fouls: 12

Offside: 2

Corner-kicks: 6

Saves: 3