CINCINNATI (AP) — Aaron Schoenfeld scored his first goal of the season in the 92nd minute, sending Minnesota United to a 1-0 victory over Cincinnati on Saturday night.
Michael Boxall hit the right post with a header off a corner kick and Schoenfeld knocked the rebound between the legs of goalie Spencer Richey in the final minute of stoppage time. Schoenfeld entered the game in the 76th minute.READ MORE: MISSING: Robert Sobalvarro, 93-Year-Old With Dementia Last Seen Driving To Elk River
Dayne St. Clair made two saves for the shutout.
Minnesota (7-5-6) is undefeated in its last six games. It came away with three points on the road after having to settle for three draws in its previous four matches.READ MORE: Missing And Murdered Indigenous Persons Day Recognizes 'Generation Upon Generations' Of Families With Lost Loved Ones
Cincinnati (4-12-4), last in the East Division, fell to its sixth loss in its last seven games.
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