It's hard to quantify leadership but you know it when you see it. Good teams have it, bad ones tend not to. And no one knows this better than Minnesota United.
Minnesota finished ninth in the Western Conference in each of its first two seasons in Major League Soccer, but with a newfound sense of leadership in 2019, the club finished fourth in the West and is primed to make some noise in the playoffs -- especially as the Wonderwall welcomes the LA Galaxy to Allianz Field for the club's first-ever...
Carlos Vela tied the MLS single-season goals record with his 31st, but LAFC failed to hold a late lead and settled for a 1-1 draw with Minnesota United FC on Sunday night at Saint Paul, Minn.
Vela, who leads the race for the MLS Golden Boot, scored for the ninth time during an eight-game goal streak to break a scoreless stalemate with a nifty left-footer in the 70th minute. That left him level with Atlanta United's Josef Martinez's MLS goal mark from last season.