10-man Minnesota United played out a draw with Sporting Kansas City at TCF Bank Stadium, according to FOX Sports. The both teams' quest to clinch qualification to the Audi 2017 MLS Playoffs Cup apparently fell short as they played out a stalemate. It was Sporting KC that opened the scoring just seconds to the end of first-half. Thanks to Diego Rubik's fine finish from close range. However, Minnesota United were able to tie up the scoreline when Brent Kallman scored his second league goal with a powerful header. Minutes into stoppage time, Minnesota United was reduced to a man down when defender Joe Greenspan was sent off for his second yellow card, but they eventually held on to a draw.

Minnesota United outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Bobby Shuttleworth (6.45). Defender - Jerome Thiesson (6.49), Joseph Greenspan (5.20), Brent Kallman (7.72), Marc Burch (6.24). Midfielder - Ethan Finlay (six points), Ibson (6.61), Collin Martin (6.48), Miguel Ibarra (6.54). Forward - Abu Danladi (seven points), Christian Ramirez (6.48). Used substitutes - Collen Warner (6.18), Brandon Allen (six points), Sam Nicholson (6.93).

Team's strength and weakness: the Loons created chances in front of goal through set pieces but weak at finishing. They were often caught offside, aggressive in their tackles and gave away lots of free-kicks within their half.

Style of play: they attacked through the right side.

Sporting Kansas City outlook

Starting XI and individual performance points: Goalkeeper - Tim Melia (6.93). Defender - Saad Abdul-Salaam (6.89), Ike Opara (7.49), Erik Palmer-Brown (seven points), Seth Sinovic (six points). Midfielder - Jimmy Medranda (seven points), Roger Espinoza (seven points), Ilie Sánchez (7.59). Forward -

Gerso Fernandes (6.63), Diego Rubio (7.60), Latif Blessing (7.15).

Used substitutes - Andrew Dykstra (six points).

Team's strength and weakness: Peter Vermes' side created goalscoring chances from long shot situations and set pieces. They were weak at scoring

Style of play: Sporting Kc held more possession on Minnesota's half and attacked through the middle. Also, they favored long shots and had high shot frequency when in possession.

Man of the Match

Center back Brent Kallman did well for Minnesota United. Kallman's fine header tied up the scoreline for the hosts. Overall, he had sixty-nine touches in the match.

Both teams' upcoming matches

Minnesota United will face LA Galaxy on the road on Monday, October 16, while Sporting Kansas City welcomes Houston Dynamo.