MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Minnesota United has canceled a match this season due to COVID-19. The club announced that they have confirmed a second positive case among players this week.
They were set to take on Sporting Kansas City Sunday at Children’s Mercy Park.READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: Vulnerable Residents Crossing State Lines For Vaccine How Do You Get Picked For Jury Duty?
Because there aren’t enough match dates available before Decision Day, the match isn’t going to be rescheduled.MORE NEWS: 'The Worst Night Of My Life:' Man Mourns Grandmother Killed In Home Explosion; Mom Recovering From Burns
As many clubs will end up finishing the season without having played a full 23 matches, the qualification for playoffs will be determined through points earned per match, or by game.