MLS Stats: FC Dallas Vs Minnesota United
Regardless of who wins the match, the fact that the two sides played hard and had good matches is important. This can help the teams stay motivated and motivated players may have a good chance of a good season.
Argentine attacking midfielder Emanuel Reynoso is one of the most important players in Minnesota United’s upcoming playoffs. He has provided a solid base for the team’s attack this season. His goal was an important goal in the first round of the Western Conference playoffs.
Reynoso hasn’t missed a match this season, and he is averaging 3795 minutes played. In addition to his goals and assists, Reynoso also leads the league in successful dribbles. He ranks second in crosses and third in chances created. In the MLS Cup playoffs, Reynoso set a playoff record for assists.
In the regular season, Reynoso scored 10 goals and provided 11 assists. He was named to the MLS All-Star Team for the 2021 season. During a strong 8-1-2 summer stretch, Reynoso scored seven goals and provided six assists.
This season, Reynoso has scored in three of his last five starts. He’s also assisted in four of his last five matches. He’s been Minnesota’s top player throughout the season.
Several games have been played between FC Dallas and Minnesota United. Two of them ended in draws, while the third was a 1-1 draw in Dallas.
The game at Toyota Stadium was the team’s first postseason match in over six years. Despite losing a 1-0 lead in the final moments of regulation, FC Dallas came away with a 2-1 win to advance to the Western Conference semi-finals.
The game was also the first time the team had won a playoff match at home since October 31. FCD finished the season unbeaten in seven home matches. Its defense was second in the league in terms of goals allowed, and their best passer is Edwin Cerrillo.
The team has had a solid year in MLS. They are currently in third place in the Western Conference and are hoping to make it to the conference semifinals. They have won two games in their last five matches, and will be favorites for their opening round match against the sixth seed in the West, Minnesota United.
Head to head record
MLS is back in action this week, and there is an interesting matchup between FC Dallas and Minnesota United upcoming. These two teams have a pretty equal head to head record, and it should be a close one.
In their last match, FCD edged Sporting KC 2-1. This was the first time these two teams have met in the postseason since 2015. It’s also the first time they have met in the playoffs in six years. In that time, Dallas has played Minnesota six times. They have won twice, drew twice and lost twice. In addition to that, FCD has a great home record. They haven’t lost a home match since early July.
This year, Dallas has performed better than many expected. They have won four of their five home matches by a one-goal margin. In fact, their defense has been second in the league in goals allowed. In addition to that, they have won six games out of 15 so far. This is an impressive achievement.
MLS returns to action this week, and FC Dallas is ready to face Minnesota United in the first round of the MLS Cup Playoffs. The two teams have met on the field 14 times, with each winning six games and drawing three. This is a match that both teams hope to win.
After losing to Real Salt Lake last week, both teams are coming off disappointing results. The Loons haven’t won a road game since August, while the Cowboys haven’t scored more than one goal in any of their last nine home matches.
Both teams are relying on a strong backline. The FCD backline is averaging a Western Conference low 37 goals conceded this season, while the Loons have conceded 10 goals in their away matches.
FCD has been on a decent run of form at home in recent weeks. They’ve won four of their last five matches by a single-goal margin, while the defense has held opponents to 1.0 expected goals or less in four of those five matches.