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Minnesota United use a classic MLS recipe to get results: defend in a 4-4-2 (most of the time) and play through one of the best playmakers in the entire league. Or at least that was their approach with Emanuel Reynoso in the team. With Reynoso currently suspended, Adrian Heath's emphasis has shifted even more heavily to the defensive and transition phases. Despite playing a defensive style, there are gaps in Minnesota United’s defensive structure that can be exploited as they're vertically stretched.

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