Minnesota United FC scored four second-half goals against Canadian host PDL side Thunder Bay Chill in the 4-0 victory in an international friendly on Tuesday at Chapples Park in Ontario.
After a scoreless first half, midfielder Michael Reed got United on the board in the 55th minute when he fired a blast past the Chill goalkeeper Mac Pytyck.
Forward Travis Wall added the second Minnesota goal afterwards when he beat the ‘keeper who came out to the top of the box to try to corral a loose ball.
Forwards Nate Polak and Trinidad & Tobago’s Sean De Silva added late goals for Manny Lagos’s side to put the result out of reach.
Minnesota United, who is aiming to improve its sixth place position from the Spring Season, is scheduled to open the NASL Fall Campaign on August 3, when they host the defending champion Atlanta Silverbacks at NSC Stadium at 8:00 p.m.
The encounter against the Silverbacks will be a rematch from the last encounter of the Spring Season where United lost at home 3-0 on July 4.
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